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Your RADIANT Life & Money Show is here to expand your mind, to think about financial planning in a different way, or it might be an introduction to financial planning. It's taking a Spiritual route to creating and living your financial plan. * * * Randa Hoffman is a Spiritual Financial Planner and Money Manager. She is independent and fee-only, meaning she's never paid a commission of any kind and has a legal obligation to provide unbiased and trustworthy financial advice (fiduciary).
 
Research Like a Pro is a podcast about genealogy research methodology. Diana Elder and Nicole Dyer of FamilyLocket.com discuss how to take your family history research to the next level and uncover more of your family tree. Learn about research objectives, analysis, locality research, research planning, source citations, report writing, case studies, and more. Diana and Nicole are the mother-daughter team at FamilyLocket.com and the creators of the Amazon bestselling book, Research Like a Pr ...
 
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Opening Arguments

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Opening Arguments

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Every episode, legal expert Andrew and comic relief Thomas will tackle a popular legal topic and give you all the tools you need to understand the issue and win every argument you have on Facebook, with your Uncle Frank, or wherever someone is wrong on the Internet. It's law. It's politics. It's fun. We don't tell you what to think, we just set up the Opening Arguments.
 
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Cities around the world are finally discovering the pitfalls of a car-centric transport system, with the most progressive cities implementing protected cycle lanes, liveable streets and low traffic neighbourhoods for improved cycling and walking. Each episode, we discuss the news and views in the fast-paced world of active travel, cycling, walking and urban planning in a jargon-free safe space. Streets Ahead is co-hosted by Adam Tranter, Laura Laker and Ned Boulting. See acast.com/privacy fo ...
 
Jim Taylor served four terms as the seventeenth Mayor of the Town of Matthews and sat on the Board of Commissioners for ten years. During his time leading Matthews, Jim was also appointed Mayor Pro-Tem by his colleagues and spent time on numerous advisory boards and committees including Matthews Volunteer Fire Department, Matthews HELP Center, chaired the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO), Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC), Matthews Alive! and several others ...
 
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OPB Politics Now

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OPB Politics Now is a weekly podcast that takes a deep dive into the hottest political topics in Oregon and the Northwest. Every Friday, OPB’s political reporters and special guests offer in-depth analysis, discussion and insight into candidates, events and issues.
 
On The Evangelism Podcast we feature interviews with full-time evangelists, pastors, missionaries, and normal everyday Christians to discover how they share their faith. Their powerful testimonies and amazing stories will inspire you to reach people with Good News. You will cry, you will laugh, and you be motivated to, “Go into all the World!” On this podcast, you will learn: * How to engage in spiritual conversations in everyday life. * How to communicate the Gospel clearly. * How to share ...
 
The fi-compass Jam Sessions podcasts feature practitioners in financial instruments supported by European Structural Investment Funds (ESIF) discussing and shedding light on the latest developments in the sector. As well as experts from the European Commission and the European Investment Bank, the podcasts will feature managing authorities, financial intermediaries and final recipients to highlight examples of good practice in ESIF financial instrument implementation. Just like a Jam Session ...
 
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Times of war can both magnify and distort the human relationships that occur during that conflict. Sometimes those relationships endure after a war has ended. A new exhibition at the Victorian Shrine of Remembrance is an unblinking look at all the forms those relationships can take. It's called Lust, Love and Loss.…
 
As human populations expand into what was once the territory of wild animals, we've drastically altered their natural environment and living conditions. The dilemma of how we should consider and treat wild animals, has never been more difficult than it is right now. So how much should we intervene?
 
Supporters of e-cigarettes claim vaping is the easiest and most effective way for long-term smokers to kick the combustible habit and improve their long-term health outcomes. But the country’s health advice, and much of the research, remains opposed to allowing widespread access to e-cigarettes and new laws enforce that.…
 
“Women superintendents are calling for change in the gender inequities that thrive in Oregon’s education system.” That’s according to a new report from the Coalition of Oregon School Administrators, the Oregon Commission for Women and the Oregon Department of Education. The report surveyed superintendents around the state to dig into the inequities…
 
Columbia River Mental Health Services is bringing medical care and mental health treatment directly to the unhoused community of Clark County. The group hopes to build relationships and establish trust with the homeless population. Mike Delay is the Program Director for Substance Use Disorders and Mobile Services and Reinhardt Ryden is a peer suppo…
 
The Portland Fire and Rescue Bureau honored one of its firefighters last week. Lt. Jerry Richardson died of lung cancer after retiring from the bureau where he served 22 years. Firefights are exposed to toxic chemicals from smoke in their jobs, and they have higher rates of cancer than the general population. We talk with PF&R safety chief John Der…
 
In the final week of our Discipleship Series, Mike speaks about the commission given to followers of Jesus. In Mt. 28:16-20, Jesus simply commands us: “Go… make disciples.” It is the privilege of every Christian to respond to this, and play an active part in continuing the mission of God.By Vineyard 61 Church
 
Alex Jones has been in the news lately for losing default judgment after default judgment, and might plan on taking the 5th in front of Congress. So, can he do that? The reasoning proves textualism is terrible and wrong. Then, we've got some updates and clarifications on the Arbery verdict, including capital punishment, appeals by the prosecution, …
 
Planning a trip overseas or interstate in the not too distant future? As if things weren't tricky enough, we're back to even more uncertain times with the new variant of COVID-19. If you've already booked travel, or are planning to do so, how's it been for you? Whether it's negotiating tests, proving your vaccination status, border passes and other…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has been extremely hard on health care workers. They’re struggling with mental health issues, stress and the complex emotions that go along with treating people who chose not to get vaccinated. We hear from two people who provide support to doctors, nurses and hospital staff. Our guests are Adam Clark, a licensed clinical soci…
 
In some rural parts of the state, Oregon residents have formed Rangeland Fire Protection Associations. Volunteers operate fire trucks and work with the Oregon Department of Forestry to get training and equipment. The associations allow residents to manage fires when they’re small. Residents pay dues to help fund the associations. Jacob Gear is a fi…
 
A once rare strain of salmonella found in poultry has spread largely unchecked, according to reporting by ProPublica. The strain, multidrug-resistant infantis, can send victims to the hospital and is resistant to many of the drugs used to combat food poisoning. We hear from two of the reporters who worked on the story. Michael Grabell is a ProPubli…
 
Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about Diana’s Dillard project. For the RLP with DNA study group, she is exploring the possibility that a cluster of DNA matches from her second cousin’s network graph are related through Cynthia Dillard’s parents. The MRCA of the cluster appears to be Elijah Dillard. In this assignment, Diana made a researc…
 
Defence force veterans have much higher rates of suicide than the rest of the population. Today marks the start of public hearings for a royal commission that will seek to reveal the root causes behind these higher rates. Life Matters hears from two veterans who are using their expertise to help other veterans and serving personnel. Listeners also …
 
As Covid-19 infections rise around the EU and some member states impose new restrictions, FRANCE 24 speaks to Greece’s Tourism Minister about the continent’s next steps. We also discuss irregular migration on the European Union's external borders - including those of France and of Greece.By FRANCE 24 English
 
In some parts of Australia, kids missed out on a lot of swimming lessons in 2020 and 2021. Now, not all children are returning to lessons. Some in working in swim education and drowning prevention are worried these children could get into trouble around water, but it is not just children who are at risk.…
 
As 2021 wraps up, a lot of us might feel that we've spent the whole year sitting in one place. Public health experts say 'you're not alone!'. We're actually in the midst of what's being called a global 'pandemic of inactivity'. But, as the new year rolls around, how can we get moving again?
 
Last week, Salt Lake City leaders reluctantly agreed to host a temporary winter overflow shelter at what was previously a Ramada Inn on North Temple and Redwood Road. The announcement came after the Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness said that they considered locations in other cities, but each option ended up being unworkable. […]…
 
When a client joins RADIANT Wealth Planning the first thing we do is a guided visualization to discover what a ‘really good life’ looked like from their Elder Self’s perspective. With that information, we create a JOURNEY MAP that's the foundation for financial planning and investment management. Why is this important? Because we're getting an insi…
 
Wait the system... can work? It did in this instance at least, and it was a very important one. Three pieces of racist trash were found guilty of the horrifying murder of Ahmaud Arbery. Andrew explains the verdict. However, the system also... very much doesn't work. Andrew breaks down the disturbing case of a judge giving a 4 time rapist NO jail ti…
 
The Austrian government will be the first in Europe to make COVID-19 vaccinations "mandatory for all". In Australia, there's high rates of vaccination, with more than 90 percent in some parts of the country. Vaccine mandates already are, or will be, part of life for many people, depending on where you live and work. So what's the future of COVID-19…
 
The current rules were born in the 90s and, in a nutshell, they mandate Member States to keep public debt below 60% and public deficits below 3% of GDP. Fiscal rules were suspended last year so that Member States had fiscal margin to fight an unprecedented crisis. Now everyone seems to agree that we need a new framework. In this episode we cover wh…
 
In the 1950s and 1960s, if you wanted to stand out from the crowd, you dressed in a mohair suit. Mohair comes from the Angora goat, but a new handcrafted, bespoke, mohair suit has been made of donated moustache hair. It was crafted and designed to be a conversation starter on men's health in this month of Movember.…
 
If you've continued in a job long after you should have quit, persevered with a relationship when you're miserable, or even had trouble throwing out a nice shirt because of how much it cost, the sunk cost fallacy may be ruling your decisions. How can it shape your biases and what can you do to ignore it?…
 
Australians who have a disability are much less likely to be in work than someone without a disability. The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability is holding hearings this week into the barriers to work that exist. Some living with a disability argue we shouldn’t just look at the physical barriers …
 
We listen back to two conversations about short story collections today. Author and essayist Roxane Gay spoke to Dave Miller in 2017 about her collection, “Difficult Women.” And author Beth Piatote spoke to Allison Frost in 2019 about her collection of short stories highlighting the life and culture of Pacific Northwest Native Americans, “The Beadw…
 
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