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Two People. One Mission. To help active duty, guard, reserves, and military spouses make a successful career transition into the world of financial planning. Welcome to the Military to Financial Planner podcast with your hosts, Forrest Baumhover and Daniel Kopp. Join them as they share their unique perspectives and career transition advice, help you leverage your military experience, be intentional about each step of your career journey, and ultimately build the post-military life and career ...
 
Curious about a musician's life? Host and cellist Patty Ryan talks to weekly guests about their stories and interests outside of the Classical Music world that inspire their musicianship. New episodes every Wednesday! Support this podcast at patreon.com/haydnmusicstand Subscribe/Follow @haydnmusicstand Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haydnmusicstand/support
 
Something Wicked is an investigation into one of the most interesting cases in criminal history. One that seems simple but is most definitely not. facebook.com/somethingwickedpodcast facebook.com/knightfallstudios twitter - @wickedpdcst For fans of true crime, ID, mystery, fiction, radio plays, fans of shows like serial, tanis, the black tapes, limetown, welcome to nightvale, and my favorite murder, and of course fans of slightly silly re-tellings of Shakespeare's greatest plays. Cast: Matte ...
 
Why did you spend so much money on… Couples have fights, disagreements, and misunderstandings about money all the time. This is normal, but is it healthy for your relationship? The solutions to money differences are not always as apparent as smart couples would think. Listen to incredible interviews with financial therapists, couples therapists, and financial planning experts to learn, heal, and grow your way through your most resentment-building financial differences. There is no need to ex ...
 
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The show where we talk to our favourite people about games.Anything goes on The S Rank, hosted by Aaron Moy (@moyceover) and William Westerberg (@SoSpiceGuy). Join us every Saturday to catch the latest interviews and conversations about video games with our iconic guests. Guests are not limited by what they do; we want to speak with developers, programmers, directors, producers, voice actors, composers, and content creators to share their unique life experiences. Part of the Triple S Studios ...
 
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Composer and current PhD student at the University of Chicago Paul Novak describes his connection to poetry and how it influences his collaborations and compositions. Follow Paul at www.paulnovakmusic.com @plnvk_ Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and follow us on social media @haydnmusicstand Spotify Playlist: https://open.spo…
 
Having served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Climate & Energy Economics in the U.S. Department of the Treasury in 2021, Catherine Wolfram has some particularly relevant and insightful insights to offer on the development and implementation of climate change policy. Wolfram, the Cora Jane Flood Professor of Business Administration at the Haas…
 
Today, Ed is joined by forensic accountant Tracy Coenen. She has over two decades of experience in accounting and investigations, and has personally investigated more than 500 frauds in a wide variety of industries. Tracy created the Divorce Money Guide, an online handbook which details the exact steps needed to uncover hidden financial fraud in ca…
 
In this episode, we welcome Pam Bergeson to the podcast as she shares about her varied military career and now second career as a financial planner. Pam is the founder of Tailwind Financial Planning where she specializes in serving dual military officers and senior military leaders in their career transition. Over her thirty-year military career, P…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Michael Reynolds, a Certified Financial Planner™ and owner of Elevation Financial, a fee-only financial planning and investment management firm serving progressive SRI/ESG investors. He is the host of the weekly personal finance podcast called Wealth Redefined®. Listen in as Michael reflects on his transition from owner of a …
 
Grammy-nominated composer Zhou Tian shares his fascination with film and television, particularly the process of how they're made, most recently composing the music score for the documentary A Woman's New World, directed by Christine Rose. Follow Zhou at www.zhoutianmusic.com @zhoutiancomposerSupport this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand …
 
Today, Ed is joined by Julie Johnson, President, and CEO of XY Communication. Julie is certified in behavioral finance and her passion is “advocating for and empowering advisors, executives and/or any who are struggling to create connection.” Julie makes the case that without emotional trust—without embracing vulnerability and authenticity while in…
 
Derek Merkler joins us today to talk about his career journey. After his initial 8 years in Army aviation, Derek started out in financial planning working for a firm where he cut his teeth in the profession. He realized that there aren’t many financial advisors who work primarily with veterans to put together comprehensive and holistic plans and bu…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Jason Wasser. He’s a licensed marriage and family therapist and entrepreneurial expert based in Hollywood, FL. Jason is a practitioner of NET, a mind-body technique that finds and removes neurological imbalances related to the physiology of unresolved stress. He’s the host of the You Winning Life Podcast. Listen in as Jason d…
 
While the Paris Agreement provides the framework for the nations of the world to slow the growth of CO2 emissions, additional policy and technological tools will have to be deployed to meet the challenge of climate change. That’s the perspective expressed by Daniel Bodansky, the Regents’ Professor of Law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Natalie and Dan Slagle. Both are CFPs and part of the XY Planning Network, a community of fee-only advisors. The Slagles love working with couples in the financial planning process. Natalie and Dan humbly embrace their responsibility as role models to couples looking to improve their shared relationship with money. They talk …
 
Co-Founder of Austin Camerata, freelance cellist and Assistant Faculty at Stringwood Chamber Music Festival Daniel Kopp shares his discovery and journey in non-violent communication and how the tools he gained from this communication style has improved his overall awareness of other, himself, and how he utilizes it in music. Austin Camerata www.aus…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Ashley Quamme, a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Today’s conversation centers around attachment theory, which Ashley defines as “how our earlier relationships with our primary caregivers shaped how we think, feel, and do our intimate relationships.” As a couples therap…
 
Entrepreneurs tend to delve into books to discover how to improve their branding. But most branding books are either very academic or theoretical. And you shouldn’t hold a Ph.D. to understand branding. In point of fact, all you need is to rely upon concrete foundations and a basic how-to plan—in plain English—for building or reigniting a brand. You…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Clifton Corbin. A self-proclaimed “financial literacy advocate,” Clifton provides resources for parents who are looking to get their kids “ready to manage in a world where the use of money is constant.” Listen in as Clifton opens up about his own journey to financial literacy, including the money-related challenges he had to …
 
Happy Holidays from Haydn Behind the Music Stand! This year past guests from Season 1 violinist Matt Lammers, violist Alexandra Sophocleus, and from Season 2 violinist Marisa Ishikawa to talk about fountain pens in Pen Club and discuss their experiences with and strategies to overcome stage fright from a classical music perspective. Support this po…
 
Crafting a message that resonates with people is no easy task. All too often, stories are not engaging enough, and they lose the battle for people’s hearts and minds. For this reason, developing competitive copywriting skills should be in the foreground of your business’ priorities. Ill-done copywriting can halt your sales and growth. Simply put: i…
 
Today, Ed and Kaylin Dillon of Kaylin Dillon Financial dive into the rules and dynamics of prenuptials. Kaylin works primarily with people who are married and have existing prenuptials, but also frequently discusses the front end of them. She shares the personal and logistical elements that drew her to the field. Oftentimes, prenuptial agreements a…
 
In this episode, I’m chatting with my friend and colleague, Andi Wrenn. She has been involved at the intersection of personal finance and military life for many years now. Andi is an AFC as well as having a masters in marriage and family therapy that helps inform her work with clients. It might surprise you to know that Andi is a career changer hav…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Daniel Kopp, a fee-only financial planner for widows and active-duty military personnel. Listen in as Daniel talks about financial planning as an act of financial therapy. That is, using the planning process as a way to heal and nurture one’s relationship with money. To Daniel, “Financial therapy is about meeting the client w…
 
Volinist and Assistant Faculty at Stringwood Chamber Music Festival Hannah Kennedy shares her stories and experiences exploring the boundary waters of Northern Minnesota, from canoeing and camping in the great outdoors. Follow Hannah @_hannahkennnedy www.stringwood.com - Apply Today! Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and follo…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Megan Kopka. She’s a Certified Financial Planner® and a woman on a mission to help others move through their grief and financial planning. Megan got her start in the industry in 2007 as a financial advisor, beginning at the grandeur of the large wire houses until her personal life led her to a small, local planning firm and f…
 
I’m excited to welcome Adam Scherer on the podcast. He is a CFP and EA as well as having two masters degrees including in personal financial planning. In addition to running his own RIA, Adam has been a professor teaching CFP curriculum for many years. One of his primary current roles is as Vice President of Product Development and Innovation at Th…
 
Are you willing to 2X your revenue while 3Xing employee engagement? To achieve such a tipping point, you need to create an atmosphere in which every employee within your biz feels like an owner of the company. This, however, will most likely obligate you to play with a different game of cards. But there’s no need to worry: by resorting to The Great…
 
Becoming the leader your company deserves is critical to your biz’ success. But how to get there? It starts with identifying your company’s stage and formulating a neat strategy and execution plan to continue leveling up. Here is where Impact X enters the equation. A forward-looking framework, ImpactX is designed to help business leaders detect whi…
 
Agreement by negotiators at the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP-27) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt earlier this month on an international fund to provide funding for small nations suffering from climate change was a significant outcome. Yet the inability to achieve substantive com…
 
Today, Ed is joined by money coach and speaker Barbara Sloan. She is the founder of Tipped Finance, a personal finance media company that teaches financial principles to service industry professionals. She is the author of the 2022 bestselling book Tipped: the life changing guide to financial freedom for waitresses, bartenders, strippers and all ot…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! Past guests from Season 1 violinists Aja Majkrzak, violist Gabrielle Glass, and baritone vocalist Tommy Glass share how they relate to pitch, between perfect, absolute, and relative pitch, and how those relationships affects the conceptualization of their musicianship. Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and …
 
Today, Ed is joined by Tanja Diamond, Master Life Strategist, and Tantra Lineage Holder. She has over 45 years of unique worldwide education, extensive knowledge in thousands of subjects, and certifications in hundreds of modalities. Her passion and expertise have inspired thousands to take the radical courage they need to live extraordinary lives …
 
I’m excited to welcome Adrienne Ross on the podcast. She is a CFP, ChFC, and AFC as well as the founder of Clear Insight Financial Planning based in Washington state. Adrienne shares her personal journey as a young military spouse discovering personal finance to de-mystify the whole process. As she learned she shared her knowledge with other milita…
 
Are you stumped on how to grow your business whilst helping your employees do the same? Perhaps you are falling victim to the wrong approach toward sales. Many businesses and leaders focus on the incorrect aspects of sales and often neglect to prepare their employees for growth. If this resonates with you, it’s time to set key strategies in motion,…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Bea Coté, President and Founder of IMPACT Family Violence Services, LLC as well as the nonprofit Step Up to Family Safety. One glance at her storied career makes it obvious that Bea has a deep passion for helping families and individuals struggling with domestic violence. She initially worked in child protective services befo…
 
The negotiators gathering this week for the 27th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP-27) in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt will tackle a multitude of important issues, with questions relating to increased ambition and financial reparations among those at the top of the agenda. That’s the perspective o…
 
The number one problem in business is hiring the right employees. Say you have a job opening to fill. You interview a range of qualified candidates and hire the best of the bunch (or so you think). But all of a sudden, all expectations break into pieces: the person who seemed like a perfect fit during the interview doesn’t have what it takes to do …
 
Today, Ed is joined by financial therapist Sarah Swantner, founder of Black Hills Integrative Counseling & Coaching, LLC in South Dakota. Sarah is trained in both personal finance and mental health counseling. For the first decade of her professional life, she worked as a mechanical engineer. After that, she spent another decade doing financial pla…
 
Nancy Bleeke joins the podcast to talk all about the power of sales in one of my favorite recent conversations! While she’s always been entrepreneurial, finding a passion in sales was never the plan. Who would ever want to be “in sales”? she thought. Yet, she found her calling helping people who also never saw themselves in sales, succeed in sellin…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Cozy Wittman, Education and Partnership Manager at College Inside Track, who helps families navigate the complex college search process, find the right fit and decrease their student debt load. “Ten years ago,” says Cozy, “if you had told me that I would be talking to people about how to think more creatively and strategicall…
 
Flutist Guilherme Andreas shares how weightlifting has improved his quality of life, from physical, mental, and even his musicianship. Follow Guilherme at www.guilhermeandreas.com @andreasguime Buy and stream his album Beyond Bossa Nova available anywhere you enjoy listening to music Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and follo…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Terri Lonowski, Founder of Soulful Listening®. Her five-component approach offers a roadmap for embodying evolutionary communication skills, one Soulful Listening® conversation at a time. When applied to our lives, this process can ease feelings of loneliness, create fulfilling connections, and inspire greater potential. Terr…
 
Today on the podcast we welcome Brian O’Neill; CFP, and founder of Winged Wealth Management and Financial Planning. Brian launched his firm in early 2021 after retiring from the Air Force with a specific focus on working with military pilots. Brian flew F-16s and F-35s while on active duty, served as Weapons School instructor, and commanded in vari…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Dr. Briana Nelson Goff, a professor in the Department of Applied Human Sciences at Kansas State University. Her clinical experience and research specialization is with primary and secondary traumatic stress symptoms in trauma survivor couples, families, and children, with a specific focus on military and disaster-related trau…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Mike Vaughn, MA, LCMHCS, CSAT, and co-founder of SureHope Counseling & Training Center. For over 18 years, he has helped people strengthen their marriages, find freedom from sex addiction, and experience peace again in the face of traumatic events. Listen in as Mike explains the eye-opening commonalities between his three spe…
 
The explosion of youth climate activism in recent years has focused the world’s attention on the problem like never before, but Michael Greenstone, the Milton Friedman Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago, argues that young activists often err by trying to turn climate change into a moral issue rather than an en…
 
Today on the podcast we welcome Stacy Livingstone-Hoyte; personal finance counselor, coach and founder of Financial Care Today. Over her financial life and career she’s had a variety of experiences including understanding money as an immigrant to the US, working in a variety of wirehouses, broker dealers, and insurance companies. There was a lot to…
 
Your organization is only as strong as its people. Mis-hires cost you millions (that’s not an exaggeration) in precious dollars and wasted hours. How will you be able to scale up without drama if you are falling victim to inefficient hiring practices? This is a clarion call: neither your biz nor you deserve all of this. Every person on your team sh…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Dr. Judy Butler, psychotherapist, counselor, and spiritual director. She heads The Guardian's Gift and Butler Counseling & Consulting, through which she guides senior adults, their adult children, and family caregivers through their physical, financial, emotional, and spiritual needs and goals as they put together a second ha…
 
Mezzo-soprano Sun-Ly Pierce discusses how she responsibly enjoys artisan beers, among her favorites are Saint Arnolds, Brash Brewing Company, Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company, Platypus Brewing, all based in Houston, Texas. Follow Sun-Ly at www.sunlypiercemezzo.com @sunly_pierce Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and follow us on s…
 
What if you could create the finest, most profitable, and best-run version of your business? There’s no catch: it is feasible. All you need is to go straight to the point and focus on twelve key areas of improvement (always practicing them over and over with pig-headed discipline). This is how the legendary sales expert Chet Holmes’ The Ultimate Sa…
 
Today, Ed is joined by Dr. Alex Melkumian, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with 15 years of experience under his belt. He is the founder of Financial Psychology Center in Los Angeles, California, and the author of Financial Psychology: Restoring Financial Wellness in a Post-COVID Economy. Listen in as Dr. Melkumian breaks down the cause of…
 
This is the second part picking up from our last episode with Sean Gillespie of Redeployment Wealth Strategies so if you haven’t listened to that episode first, stop and go ahead to do that first. For everyone else, I love hearing Sean’s passion in this episode as he and Paul Allen decided to join forces, the evolution and growth in both clients an…
 
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