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Ain’t no hood like entrepreneurial-motherhood! We get it and are right there with you. Grab your coffee (rewarm) and join us in empowering the YOU-side between Raising Kids And A Biz. We explore all things related to Inner work, Identity, Business Impact, and Intentional lifestyling it all while integrating #momlife. This isn’t a podcast about parenting. It’s a podcast for us ambitious women on the journey of Raising Kids And A Biz while rebirthing ourselves along the way.
 
On the What’s the Secret Podcast, former restaurant manager turned seven-figure entrepreneur Tom Gaddis shares with you the real strategies most gurus won’t tell you about growing a successful business. Discover the steps and strategies he used, to go from being on unemployment to starting and growing his own 7-figure business and helping 50,000 students all over the world. Each season on the podcast Tom dissects one critical key to building a business that helps you create financial securit ...
 
Check out my new book – Beacons of Leadership at BeaconsOfLeadership.com Subscribe to an exciting, intellectual conversation of great guests from all walks of life. Great Authors, Books, CEO’s and brilliant Minds. Be sure to tune into TheChrisVossShow.com on the Web. You can see me on Social Media under @chrisvoss and just about anywhere on the internet under my name. When you need help with Podcasting or Business Consulting at ChrisVoss.club
 
Welcome to Pseudopolis, a space station filled with people just trying to get through the work day without breaking anything important. Join an ensemble cast of characters as they overcome such classic sci-fi sitcom problems like forgetting one's keys on a spacewalk, cooking food with a rocket, and tracking down a missed connection in virtual reality! Transcripts of every episode and minisode can be found on our website.
 
Raj Jana is the Founder and Chief Brewing Officer at JavaPresse Coffee Company, a lifestyle brand on a mission to help people experience happier lives through the coffee they love. In the Stay Grounded Podcast, he interviews people from all walks of life to discuss happiness, success, fulfillment, and ways to infuse it all into daily life. Find out more a www.RajJana.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In "Tales from Around the Watercooler," the employment law attorneys at The Prinz Law Firm provide invaluable advice for how to find success in the workplace and how to navigate some of the trickiest situations as a professional. Your host, Kristen Prinz, of "The Prinz Law Firm" works on a daily basis with executives, professionals, and small businesses to turn adverse events into opportunities.
 
Being a great UX designer begins and ends with being a great human. We can't pour an empty cup into another. We can’t lead others where we are not. This UX podcast helps UX’ers become the best, most powerful designers (and humans) they can be. Yes, you'll discover how-to’s, but much more importantly you'll discover why-to’s. Every episode is sure to inspire and equip you on how to better fight for your users and business, and dare I say change the world (even if only for one human at a time) ...
 
A special audio fiction event from Baldwin Audio Works, It Came From the Parking Lot! is a four-part Halloween special about a world just to the side of ours where monsters are very real. And, in the case of Dracula, very bored. It's time for his infamous monsters-only Halloween party he throws in a rented venue in the city park every year, but this time things are thrown for a loop as a room full of history's greatest villains face a force of nature none of them are prepared to fight: a bea ...
 
Look... every couple struggles. You fight too much; you're bored; sex is either okay (or rare); maybe you're even considering divorce. OR... maybe your marriage is actually pretty good, but you want to go deeper. In this podcast, straight-talking marriage therapists Zach Brittle and Laura Heck tackle the most common complaints virtually every marriage experience. Along the way, they reveal the science behind strong relationships and talk about what's really going on for couples. Topics inclu ...
 
Homeschool graduate, author, and mother of six (including 2 homeschool graduates), Lea Ann Garfias is the author of Everything You Need to Know About Homeschooling. In her weekly show, Lea Ann interviews homeschool authors, homeschool curriculum publishers, and other experts on topics every home educating parent needs to know. Because when you teach your child the way you teach best for the way he learns best - that's when you make homeschooling easy.
 
Are you pregnant and looking for natural solutions and the answers that mainstream prenatal care providers simply don't have the time to discuss with you? Sarah Keen interviews midwives, doulas, hypnobirthers, and many more on a quest to understand how we can improve our pregnancies and our births. How? By knowing more, thinking more, questioning more, and trusting our bodies' amazing innate ability to carry and birth a baby!
 
IASIP was launched in 2016 by longtime Philadelphia Union beat writers Kevin Kinkead and Dave Zeitlin. Kevin left the beat in 2017 to cover the 76ers while Dave took a job with the Penn Alumni Magazine a year later.The podcast is now Kevin with a rotating cast of writers and former players, including recurring contributors Matt De George, Simon Allen, Russ Joy, and Phil Keidel.IASIP is a podcast for the blue-collar, hard working, five-for-five Philadelphia soccer fan.
 
We're parents who have dedicated our lives to helping other families in crisis thrive. After years of working with families facing the tallest odds, we’re bringing the knowledge, tools, and experts we’ve gathered to all families, everywhere. The Family Thrive is an online community where you and your family can get the tools you need to thrive—wherever you find yourself. This podcast is our space to bring parents the experts behind these tools. Episodes will include conversations with doctor ...
 
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I am SO excited to introduce you to my latest guest on the Art of Money podcast, Jayson Gaddis. Founder of The Relationship School, leading relationship expert, and sought-after coach, Jayson helps folks learn to repair everyday conflict with respect, compassion, and understanding for each other - and ourselves.The wisdom, insight, and accessible p…
 
Ain’t no hood like entrepreneurial-motherhood! We get it and are right there with you. Grab your coffee (rewarm) and join us in empowering the YOU-side between Raising Kids And A Biz. We explore all things related to Inner work, Identity, Business Impact, and Intentional lifestyling it all while integrating #momlife. This isn’t a podcast about pare…
 
“The reason most people suck at conflict and struggle and get divorced and separated and whatever, is because they have a very low threshold for discomfort around their own triggers and the other person’s triggers.” Learning to walk through life with other people is an art in itself because we inevitably trigger and activate each other! No wonder c…
 
EPISODE #17 - We have an amazing power couple on this episode. Lucky Diaz and Alisha Gaddis are the husband and wife duo behind the Grammy Award winning Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band. The Emmy Award-winning PBS kids show “Lishy Lou and Lucky Too,” several records and books which we'll link to in the show notes and several more awards. They are…
 
What’s your mindset when it comes to taking care of your body? If you get injured, do you just let a professional (physical therapist, chiropractor, surgeon, etc.) try to fix the problem? Or do you take a proactive approach where you apply effort to your body in order to avoid repeating the injury or getting a new one? Your mindset can mean the dif…
 
Getting to Zero: How to Work Through Conflict in Your High-Stakes Relationships by Jayson Gaddis The counselor, teacher, and founder of The Relationship School reveals the origins of conflict styles, and how to stop avoiding and resolve conflict in relationships with loved ones. Conflicts in our closest relationships are scary because so much is at…
 
"I didn't want discipline. I wanted to be an entrepreneur, so I could do what I want, when I wanted. This may be the biggest secret of entrepreneurship...it turns out, that's not how it works!" Tom Gaddis currently lives in Kihei, Hawaii with his wife Miranda, two daughters Paige & Sophia, and their grumpy dog Patches. In 2020 Tom's wife took a pic…
 
The other day I was talking with my 11-year-old daughter about how she gained 15,000 followers on Tik Tok, and she said something that blew me away. She said, “I ask my followers what they want to see and then I create that.” So simple! But a real recipe for success because most people have a tendency to overcomplicate things when they are trying t…
 
“You can be with one person for a lifetime, but within that lifetime, you will have many different relationships with many different contexts throughout that time period.” Because we’re not taught how to craft them, most people are ill-equipped to cultivate great relationships. Most modern relationships don’t model the Disney fairytale fantasy! Ins…
 
Heath Diekert is the frontman of The Diekert Group, where he helps CEOs and business owners grow and experience positive changes in their personal and professional lives. In today’s episode Heath shares some of his unique techniques that will help you stay focused on your goal, avoid “drift”, as well as the greatest self-awareness tool I’ve ever co…
 
The progressive faith community lost a giant this week with the passing of the Rt. Rev. John Shelby Spong, retired Episcopal bishop of Newark, NJ, prolific writer, and a towering figure in fearless, faithful, loving theology for many decades. A champion of gender equality and LGBTQ+ rights, he ordained the first openly gay man to the Episcopal prie…
 
In this episode we dish all things Wizard of OZ! Where to Find Tori! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VictoriaCalamito Tiktok: tiktok.com/@theozvlog? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theozvlog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheOzVlog Twitter: https://twitter.com/theozvlog --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/moviemagicpo…
 
Spies and Traitors: Kim Philby, James Angleton and the Friendship and Betrayal that Would Shape MI6, the CIA and the Cold War by Michael Holzman A brilliant exposé of how Kim Philby—the master-spy and notorious double agent—became the mentor, and later, mortal enemy, of James Angleton, who would eventually lead the CIA. Kim Philby’s life and career…
 
Pt 1: The Matthew Shepard Story Matthew (Matt) Shepard was a 21 year old openly gay student at the University of Wyoming who was bludgeoned, tortured, and left to die tied to a fence near Laramie on the night of October 6, 1998.He passed away in the hospital 6 days later due to his tragic injuries. Matthew’s murderers Russell Henderson and Aaron Mc…
 
EPISODE #18 - You ever wonder about what exactly is in those supposedly healthy snacks you buy at the grocery store? Sure, it says all-natural, organic, you know, grass-fed on the package. But is it actually good for you and your kids? In this episode, we get to talk to a food industry insider, Josh Field, who has worked in test kitchens for some p…
 
What do you think of when you hear someone mention self-soothing? Maybe some coping behaviors you learned as a child or have seen children exhibit?Sometimes those behaviors can carry over into our adult lives (glass of wine after a rough day...or zoning out in front of the TV/game system, perhaps). But how do those self-soothing behaviors fit into …
 
Good Comes First: How Today’s Leaders Create an Uncompromising Company Culture That Doesn’t Suck by S. Chris Edmonds, Mark S. Babbitt Discover the practical, step-by-step guide to creating a workplace culture that’s better for employees, customers, and stakeholders—and your company’s bottom line. For decades, talented people have tolerated old-scho…
 
Aurora Winter, MBA, is an award-winning, bestselling author. She is a successful serial entrepreneur, media trainer, creator of the Spoken Author™ method, and founder of Same Page Publishing. She left her lucrative career as a TV executive decades ago to become a full-time author, trainer, and entrepreneur. Using storytelling for business, she crea…
 
Prince: A Portrait of the Artist by Paul Sexton Prince Rogers Nelson was a musical phenomenon who constantly reinvented himself throughout his long and colourful career, changing his style and even his name to keep his artistic output fresh and funky. Eccentric and flamboyant with an impressive vocal range, Prince influenced many other musicians wi…
 
Most of the time we tend to think of business as a separate entity in our lives, as entrepreneurs, and this makes us hit a plateau, where we get stuck in the same place without seeing results. So in today´s episode, I’m going to talk about how everything is connected and the realization that catapulted me into the type of person who has succeeded i…
 
In this segment I talk about Is it cheaper to rent or buy in Georgia?, my 300th show!, remembering 9/11/01, Here’s something you should know about Metro Atlanta: Fernbank, Real Estate Market Update for the Last Seven Days, and answer the question, "How much more should a new home cost compared to a resale home?"…
 
In this segment I answer the listener questions, "My name is incorrect on the deed for an investment property that I own (no mortgage) with my husband. What is the easiest way to get my name corrected in the documents? I have spoken with the county clerk's office and they are not able to help me and have told me that I need legal advice. On a secon…
 
In this segment, I discuss our Real Estate Market Predictions for Gwinnett and North Fulton Counties, and answer the listener questions, "Our agent says we need a termite letter and a bond on the home we’re purchasing, but we don’t want to ask for anything but the bare minimum so our offer won’t be rejected." and, "It’s time for me to select a home…
 
For so many who lived through the events of September 11, 2001, it is difficult to believe that it has been two decades. The pain of those impacted twenty years ago – and those who have suffered since in an era of heightened surveillance, white nationalism, and religious extremism – remains raw, and reminds us of the work ahead to create a safer, m…
 
Ever find yourself in a position where you dread your weekly call with that one particular client? I'm pretty confident we've all experienced that at one point in our consulting careers. This week's guest has developed a framework that will allow us to work with these clients in a productive manner, or if the situation requires it, even fire those …
 
Nina Tickaradze is the founder and CEO of NADI, an organic juice and specialty foods company with social impact. Motivated by the more than 250,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) in Nina’s native country of Georgia, she launched NADI to provide jobs and economic opportunities to IDPs and refugees. NADI, which means “collective work effort” in G…
 
I get to take a walk down memory lane in this week's episode. We talk with a data analytics expert that helps explain the value of not only gathering our data consistently but also how to organize and visualize that data in a way that will allow us to make informed, intelligent day-to-day business decisions. Jack Tompkins is the owner of Pineapple …
 
Zach and Laura are recording from the same house, but different rooms as they interview Danielle Bettmann. Danielle is a parenting coach for those of us with "strong-willed small humans". She shares how she got into her work and some wonderful resources for anyone doing the difficult and important work of parenting. You can find Danielle at Parenti…
 
Pt 1: The Unsolved Murder of the “town bully”, Ken McElroy: McElroy tormented the town of Skidmore, MO, for 20+ years with his bullying and tormenting anyone who would stand up to him. He committed crime after crime, all in all being accused of 21 felonies. The townspeople were sick of McElroy’s horrific ways and two unknown assailants decided they…
 
Maybe you are looking to start your own business, so you can ditch the painful job that you don’t like. You’ve been hearing that having an “online business” is what you should be doing. But what is hype and what is the real deal? In today’s episode, I will share with you insights about running a 7-figure business and compare that to what you are lo…
 
The Business of Tomorrow: The Visionary Life of Harry Guggenheim: From Aviation and Rocketry to the Creation of an Art Dynasty by Dirk Smillie The first biography of the brilliant and complex Harry Guggenheim by a veteran Forbes journalist. At the turn of the last century, the Guggenheim family ran the most powerful mining conglomerate on earth. De…
 
“The thing you’re seeking outside of you from someone else is the thing you need from you.” It’s wild how much has transpired in 2021 so far and August was no exception! This has been a BIG month and as always, I’m super excited to share my biggest lessons, takeaways, and healings. In this episode, you’ll discover why I cut my hair and all the symb…
 
Annie Lala isn’t just any relationship coach, she is OUR relationship coach. In this episode Adee and I are sharing one of our very own personal coaching sessions with Annie where we discuss praise in our relationship and how to let go of things that no longer serve you. Resources from the show: Instagram Website…
 
It’s Labor Day Weekend! While this holiday traditionally marks the end of the summer vacation season with one more chance at relaxation and refreshment, this year many of us are focused on widespread death and devastation all around us in the wake of massive storms. Our thoughts are with those who have lost so much in recent days. This week on Stat…
 
The Hidden History of American Healthcare: Why Sickness Bankrupts You and Makes Others Insanely Rich by Thom Hartmann Popular progressive radio host and New York Times bestselling author Thom Hartmann reveals how and why attempts to implement affordable universal healthcare in the United States have been thwarted and what we can do to finally make …
 
EPISODE #16 - For Alexandra Tataryn, parenting isn't about tips, tricks, and hacks. It's about doing the hard inner work of understanding, processing, and expressing our deepest emotions so that we can become more present and connected to our family. Alexandra is a bio-emotive coach, a mother, and a movement artist. She works 1 on 1 with clients, a…
 
Fathers in today’s culture are often expected to do more and be more than in the past—and it can be a challenge. At the same time, fatherhood can be an integral part of your spiritual growth and vice versa. It might feel like each segment of your life is in its own little box, but the reality is that they all affect each other even if we don’t real…
 
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