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Too many entrepreneurs are great at what they do - but they never see true growth. All too often rely on luck, hustle & hope to grow their business… which, I'm sure you know isn’t the best marketing strategy. In the Funnels & Business Growth podcast, I aim to uncover the secrets around creating a marketing system that allows you to build your audience, generate more leads & acquire customers at a profit. Are you ready to grow? Find show notes over at: https://mrgavinbell.com/
 
Learn how others are overcoming or have overcome a variety of life happenings. Everyone has a story that someone needs to hear. Let those stories inspire you to, 1) know you are not alone in whatever life topic you are experiencing, 2) know there are multiple solutions all of life dilemmas, and, 3) learn about critical thinking skills to make informed life decisions.
 
Natural Strength Night is an informative, humorous, sometimes a little raucous, good-time of myth busting and honest training information from the trenches. We strive to help everyone involved with old school strength training (without steroids) to not make some common training mistakes. Along with great information, you'll hear a fair share of steroid bashing, flamingo sightings, breaking goons, iron game history, and honest drug-free training information from various leaders and strength c ...
 
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Episode 926 On this edition of FanGraphs Audio, David Laurila is joined by a pair of authors from different parts of the baseball world to talk about their work and the game. First, David welcomes Dodgers broadcaster Tim Neverett to the program. Tim recently wrote COVID Curveball, a book about the Dodgers’ strange 2020 championship season. David as…
 
This week’s guest is Skylyn Webb, a middle distance runner for Saucony’s Freedom Track Club. Sky has an incredible story beginning in Colorado where she played basketball at Fort Lewis College before joining the track team and becoming a 3-time D2 national champion in the 800. Most recently, she qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials at the Music Ci…
 
Raj Kapur immigrated to the United States from India with $20 and the hope to take advantage of opportunities. Through a multi-year discipline, he developed the mindset to overcome bankruptcy, distrust, and similar obstacles to get a Masters's Degree and become a very successful and well-known Chief Financial Officer. He is now coaching others to p…
 
Pastor Bryan Lloyd is the Live Venue & Recovery Pastor, Oak Ridge Baptist Church. He shares his life experience of drug-disease with the hope of helping those who are engaged in active addiction. His message also applies to those who have the propensity to engage in this life-altering activity. Addictions come in many forms. They are frequently sym…
 
Episode 925 On this week’s show, Dan Szymborski and Ben Clemens have an extended chat about baseball happenings before eventually going a little off-topic. The pair discuss what is going on with the surprising San Francisco Giants, as the club exceeds expectations and tries to make the postseason in a very competitive NL West. Dan and Ben look into…
 
Dan Hall has a very inspiring life story of overcoming a very dark time in his life. Through his focus, resolve, dedication, structure, mental toughness, and life discipline, he overcame his past to be an inspiration for his future. He is passing on to others what he has learned from his life experiences. Intentionality and consistency are required…
 
Jordan Wilson overcame an early life of substance abuse. He needed recognition that manifested itself in substance abuse. That became an overpowering influence in his life for a period of time. His Mom and Dad cared enough about him to take him to the church where he committed his life to Christ. While Christ transformed his life away from substanc…
 
Episode 924 This week on FanGraphs Audio, we ask a pair of broadcasters to evaluate the performance of their clubs before welcoming a new contributor to the pod. To start things off, David Laurila welcomes Kris Atteberry, broadcaster for the Minnesota Twins, and Jared Sandler, broadcaster for the Texas Rangers. David asks Kris and Jared to judge th…
 
Jack Beavers speaks with a resolve about being focused, having a life purpose, knowing your passion, and thinking positive thoughts to lead a positive life. These life qualities are the attributes that will help us process thoughts that could lead us to distraction. This is a faith-based perspective of how we are continuously encountering spiritual…
 
David Norris is Senior Pastor of Free at Last Ministries. Episode 1 describes his past life as profiled in his book Free At Last. His ministry helps others through what he has encountered and overcame in a past life. He describes some in his circle of influence who are without life purpose and while being pampered through at least part of their lif…
 
Episode 923 On this week’s episode, we’re talking to a pair of pitchers before discussing a future Hall of Famer changing uniforms. At the top of the show, David Laurila is joined by Oakland A’s left-hander Cole Irvin and Houston Astros right-hander Colin McKee to talk about their craft. Irvin and McKee explain what kind of Statcast data they like …
 
Patrick Clark speaks resolutely about a before and after “picture” of his life characterized by past distractions. He now has a life focus that brings him total fulfillment. Through a dedicated process focused on a positive life change, he developed his self-esteem of who he is while developing a spiritual awareness that helped positively define hi…
 
Ron and Marty Cooper discuss a part of their life story and how they overcame “mountains,” “troubled seas,” and “spiritual deserts.” Are you a victim or a victor? Are you an opportunity optimizer? Do you believe there are multiple solutions to any life dilemma? Religion sometimes manifests itself as a plastic, artificial façade that, for some peopl…
 
Episode 922 This week on the show, we talk about superstars, unknown stars, and no-hitters. Lots of no-hitters. To begin the program, David Laurila welcomes Joon Lee, writer for ESPN, and Jeff Levering, broadcaster for the Milwaukee Brewers. David, Joon, and Jeff discuss how we react to stars from different media markets and how today’s baseball ic…
 
This week’s guest is Dan Michalski of Tracksmith and LeTourneau University, a steeplechaser who’s been turning heads all season with his big performances, most recently when he ran a big PR of 8:21 and notched an Olympic standard at the USATF Distance Open this past weekend. Dan is an extremely impressive guy who only started running track his seni…
 
Corey Green describes in previous episodes many life challenging events that could have caused him to give up on life. Rather, he developed determination and purpose to focus on overcoming every life topic he encountered. He and his wife, Michelle, are each an inspiration to focus and overcome every life challenge. Having a disciplined mindset, per…
 
Kathy Kasten discusses the need for and value of accountability partners in our life. But, how do we know who is best for us? How can we determine those who align with our best interests? Should we surround ourselves with those who think like us? Having the right accountability partners in our life can help us identify blind spots while helping us …
 
Episode 921 On this week’s show, we get fun perspectives from a reporter and a former player before an on-the-ground report from the Arizona ballfields. In the first half, David Laurila is joined by Marly Rivera, writer and broadcaster for ESPN, and Lars Anderson, former major leaguer, current music producer, and co-founder of Birdman Bats. The tri…
 
Welcome to Season 4 Episode 2 of the Operation Brewery podcast. This season is all about our new Barrel-aged beer project, AWOL. In today’s episode, we sit in the AWOL barrel aged beer taproom an hour before we first open to the public and run through our first 8 AWOL beers. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or Android. Click he…
 
Kathy Kasten describes many of the reasons (aka excuses) we use to justify being a workaholic. Everyone needs time to recharge and energize. Without these intentional periods of rest and recuperation, we set ourselves for the propensity for burnout. To avoid burnout and work toward recharging ourselves, we need to determine what provides life fulfi…
 
Kathy Kasten describes some of her life experiences of identifying and avoiding life distractions. It is easy to become distracted by becoming insidiously involved in activities that do not align with our life purpose, talents and/or spiritual gifts. Some people have the propensity to fill life with activities while justifying what they do as being…
 
Episode 920 This week on FanGraphs Audio, we cover the changing of the guard in Colorado, the beginning of the minor league season, and some strange new rule experiments. To begin the program, Dan Szymborski welcomes Renee Dechert of Purple Row and Rockies Pitch and Bryan Kilpatrick of Mile High Sports to discuss Jeff Bridich leaving the Colorado R…
 
Pastor Greg Jackson gives us his perspective of distractions and how they can sometimes insidiously invade our lives and cause wasted time and resources while causing unnecessary stress. He explains that living a life of purpose can be fulfilling while avoiding the “shiny object” syndrome that can cause us to lose focus. He encourages us to take an…
 
Kathy Kasten explains in Episode #1 how she overcame her Mom’s sudden passing and, in Episode #2, she explains about living a legacy. In this episode, Kathy explains how she pivoted her life and career aspirations due to these and other life-changing events. You can hear resilience in Kathy’s explanation of how she rose above the adversity while ex…
 
Episode 919 On this week’s FanGraphs Audio, we welcome a pair of broadcasters before engaging in some good ol’ staff banter. At the top of the show, David Laurila is joined by Andy Freed, radio broadcaster of the Tampa Bay Rays, and Dan Hasty, voice of the West Michigan Whitecaps. Dan recently got the opportunity to call his first major league game…
 
Jack Beavers explains, in this episode, his experience with three daughters who were bullying targets. He describes his perspective of this near-epidemic societal topic where the bully focuses on denigrating and intimidating others. While we may have little control over the bully, we do have an adult responsibility to nurture our children and/or gr…
 
This week’s guest is Nikki Hiltz, a returning favorite who came on the podcast for another great Run Your Mouth x Citius Mag crossover to talk about coming out as non-binary, being a role model at a time when trans and queer youth are under attack, and their training and racing plans as they gear up for the 2021 Olympic Trials. This was a really en…
 
Dan Hall is a successful, problem-solving entrepreneur. He established a very financially sound business at a young age. However, that business failed. Rather than proclaim himself to be a victim and possibly blame others, he assessed everything of his situation and determined to take action to do whatever was necessary to rebuild his life, marriag…
 
Episode 918 This week on FanGraphs Audio, we speak to an award-winning broadcaster and an major league GM while also looking back fondly on Fernandomania. To begin the program, David Laurila is joined by Jesse Goldberg-Strassler, broadcaster for the Lansing Lugnuts and author of The Baseball Thesaurus. Jesse talks about his experiences calling live…
 
Keyboard combatants and verbal assailants. Our world seems to be full of those who need to win or even crush the “competition.” Some people look for opportunities to engage in a debate because winning is all-important. However, with life and work experience, and mentors who have great people relationship skills, we can change a combative mindset. L…
 
Kathy Kasten continues her journey of overcoming her Mom's very unexpected passing. Her Mom left a legacy that is a model for Kathy in shaping her life. We can learn from Kathy's Mom about the importance of building a legacy while we are living. Kathy took on her mother's role with her father, which is an example for others. We learn how Kathy adap…
 
The Operating Brewery podcast is back for Season 4. This season is all about our new Barrel-aged beer project, AWOL. In Episode 1 we go into the story on how AWOL came to be. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or Android. Click here to access all episodes of the Operation Brewery Podcast. Mentions AWOL taproom and tours Black Hop…
 
Episode 917 On this week’s episode, Brendan Gawlowski is joined by Patrick Dubuque of Baseball Prospectus to discuss the Korea Baseball Organization’s 2021 season. Brendan and Patrick each recently wrote KBO previews, and they spend the episode going over what to expect from the league this year. How will Shin-Soo Choo fair in his return? Who are t…
 
Kathy Kasten was the keynote speaker at women's conference in which her Mom was present where she paid tribute to her. Kathy's Mom was her best friend in many respects. She lost her Mom very unexpectedly the next day. How do you recover from this type of devastating event? We learn from Kathy how she coped with and overcame this tragedy. Further, w…
 
In a Very Special Episode of the podcast, Ben Crawford and Matt Wisner, the co-founders of the New Generation T&F magazine, came on RYM to get deep into the philosophy and inner workings of track and field media. No subject was left unaddressed, which at times made for a revealing and uncomfortable conversation, but one that will definitely make yo…
 
Emily Eskridge describes her early life of not knowing her purpose while also feeling she was not accepted. This despair led to a life of substance abuse that allowed her to feel accepted, albeit temporary and with the wrong crowd. She explains how she had to go through several pain points until she realized she had to change. Listen to how tough l…
 
Jack Beavers served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps and is now serving others as a Pastor. His military experience helped him develop a confident resolve, and his faith gave him the foundation on which he relies to overcome any life topic. Jack describes the true grit mindset, attitude, and perspective that is the manifestation of his faith. Y…
 
Steven Davidson takes the legendary Gavin Webster on an interview journey through Gav's epic imaginary life. We hear tales of his love affair with Judi Dench and attempted assasination by Daniel Craig, of clashes with film director Rafa Benitez, why he only plays 80000 seater venues, selling his own recipe Covid vaccine, organising the 'How to be G…
 
Michael Bradley has a story of entering and recovering from substance abuse. He relates a compelling accounting of his life by expressing the value of and need for connected relationships and respect. During his substance abuse, he was living with his mother who made a very difficult decision to ask him to leave her house because of his substance a…
 
Interviewing can invoke fear for the applicant while also instilling uncertainty for the interviewer. Each person hopes for a “perfect” match. Developing confidence for each person can overcome uncertainties. Preparation and due diligence is the key for each person in this process. Listen to techniques for each person to increase their confidence i…
 
Corey and Michelle have a compelling story of a marriage that is being “tested” with medical and financial challenges. How do you make major life changes at a point in your life and marriage when careers are important, finances can be stretched, and stress of multiple types can put a strain on your marriage. Listen to the commitment Corey and Miche…
 
Episode 914 On this week’s episode, we welcome a pair of renowned writers to discuss the baseball landscape before digging into the latest projection highlights. To begin the program, David Laurila is joined by Jayson Stark of The Athletic and the Starkville podcast and Tyler Kepner of The New York Times. The trio talk about […]…
 
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