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Ultimate Sports Parent Radio (www.youthsportspsychology .com), which aims to instill confidence and success in child and teen athletes, interviews coaches, parents, authors, professors and others about how to identify and overcome mental game challenges in sports. Hosted by Lisa Cohn. co-founder of the Ultimate Sports Parent and Kids' Sports Psychology.
 
Make more sales and earn higher commissions by learning directly from real estate's top performers! Counting more than four-million downloads from over 100 countries, Real Estate Rockstars is the industry’s most trusted, most popular podcast. With a new guest on each episode, you’ll learn from up-and-coming agents, seasoned brokers, real estate investors, and more. Robert Kiyosaki, Barbara Corcoran, and Ryan Serhant are just a few of the many notable guests who have shared their industry exp ...
 
Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
 
ESPN personality and award-winning sports columnist Woody Paige takes on all things sports and pop culture in a way that only he can -- with wit, wisdom, wackiness, and self-deprecating humor. Known for his trademarked chalkboard and long-standing role as a panelist on ESPN's Around the Horn, Woody will be joined weekly by famous, and sometimes legendary, guests from the worlds of sports and entertainment. In addition to conversational interviews, guests will have a chance to 'Kick Woody's A ...
 
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Do you start the golf round feeling like you are not focused? If so, you might not have the correct intensity to play your best--especially if you struggle on the first few holes consistently. Some golfers are "sleeping" early in the round and that hurts their mindset and performance. In this golf psychology video, you learn how to increase your in…
 
Michael Winship writes: “Despite Joe Biden and Kamala Harris being in the White House, we remain in existential peril.” A big step toward tyranny is Senator Joe Manchin who announced he will not support an end to the filibuster which The post Manchin: Ego Rules Over Patriotism appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
NerdWallet’s Holden Lewis has reported on mortgages since 2001, and he called the last housing bubble years before it burst. Today, he joins us to share his real estate predictions for 2021. One of these predictions is that 30-year mortgage rates will rise, possibly as early as next week. Hear how high mortgage rates could climb by 2022 and what yo…
 
Parents can connect with kids many ways when their kids are playing sports, says Dr. Harley Robart, pediatrician, sports parent and author of "No Regrets Living." One opportunity is helping them through losses or mistakes. Parents can teach kids to focus on being grateful for what they have, not on their losses. He also gives tips for focusing on g…
 
A recent survey shows that 64 percent of millennials regret buying their current home. Why? On today’s podcast with BiggerPockets’ David Greene, we dig through millennial homebuyers’ biggest regrets. In addition to dissecting the real estate gripes of Generation Y, we discuss recent industry news, including the story of a company pushing for electr…
 
Women in the military know they are more likely to be attacked by men of their own company than by an enemy. It’s been a long tradition that reports of sexual abuse are crushed. Commanders protecting their own reputation takes The post Sexual Assault in the Military: Foxes Guarding the Henhouse appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
What will happen once foreclosure moratoriums are finally lifted? That's what everyone, including us, wants to know. Last month, Aaron interviewed a variety of industry experts to get their thoughts on what comes next. Plus, several top real estate agents, including fan favorite David Greene, came on the show to share sales strategies listeners can…
 
Is it the revenge of the “deplorables?” We’ve seen how a culture of resentment affected Germany in the early 30s, and it has brought us dangerous Trumpism today. On this show, professor of history emeritus Walter Moss looks at the The post The Power of Resentment and The Threat to Democracy appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Economists expect to avert a foreclosure crisis comparable to that of ’08. On this State of the Market podcast with Sean O’Toole of PropertyRadar, we discuss why. Sean also shares foreclosure data and his expert opinion on what these numbers might mean for real estate in 2021. Listen and learn why we may not see a huge spike in foreclosures, how to…
 
Do you mentally prepare and get in the zone before a tournament? In this week's golf psychology session, mental game of golf expert and author of The Mental Game of Golf, Dr. Cohn, responds to a question from Paul who had this to say about his game: "How do I mentally prepare for a golf tournament? When things should I before I start my rounds to g…
 
When Roe v Wade was decided in 1973, many thought the matter was settled. Nearly 50 years later, the new Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that could overturn that landmark decision. On this show abortion law historian professor The post Supreme Court Case Threatens Roe, But It’s Not Over appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Earning six figures as a new real estate agent is no small feat, especially in 2021’s highly competitive markets. That’s why this interview with long-time listener Taylor Tolbert is so inspiring. Taylor hit the ground running with his client-centric approach to sales, and he joins us today to share the tips that put him on the fast track to success…
 
The world sees the “flare up” but not the ongoing banal policies that are at cause. The State of Israel is copying the successful “settling” of the American west, so what options for resistance are open to Palestinians being evicted, The post People Refusing to be Erased appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Why settle for less when you’re just as skilled as the Realtors who outearn you? On today’s podcast with Ian Prukner, we discuss the money mindset real estate agents must hone in order to close more high-dollar deals. Listen and learn how to avoid self-sabotage by changing limiting beliefs to embrace your true potential. Plus, you’ll discover how t…
 
What explains the worship of guns in America? It’s long been a mystery to many. Historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz says guns have always been central to the insistent belief that God gave America to white Christian males. America’s first industry was The post America’s Altar of Guns Explained appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
People always say that the best time to buy real estate was 20 years ago. Well, 20 years from today, people will be saying the exact same thing. On this State of the Market podcast with real estate veteran Daniel Del Real, we analyze stats and news stories to piece together a picture of what property values may look like in a decade or two. If you’…
 
Grades 1 through 12 education may have been adequate to the 20th century. But not anymore. With emerging technology and a global economy, at least a two year community college degree is essential for America’s common good. On this show The post Free College: We Are Getting There. Really. appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
We keep hearing that the housing market is about to crash, but are we really in a bubble? On today’s podcast with BiggerPockets’ David Greene, we discuss why we’re extremely bullish on real estate. Tune in and find out what the stats spell out for property values, when to expect major metro markets to return to normal, and why Whoppers are one of t…
 
Do you struggle to take your game from the range to the golf course? In this week's golf psychology session, mental game of golf expert and author of The Mental Game of Golf, Dr. Cohn, responds to a question from Rick who had this to say about his game: "I am PGA Teaching Professional and have trouble transferring my practice from the range to the …
 
With home prices reaching record highs, many Americans are waiting for “the right time to buy.” That time may never come. On today’s podcast with BiggerPockets’ David Greene, we discuss the factors driving current market conditions and speculate on just how expensive homes could be in years to come. It’s a scary thought, but this might be working-c…
 
So many awful 20th century roads lead back to the First World War. And despite conventional wisdom, there could have been peace two years before it came to an official (but not really) end. Through a process of detective work, The post Peace Was On The Floor in 1916-17, but Wilson Failed to Pick It Up appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
What happens when mortgage forbearance ends? On today’s State of the Market podcast, Auction.com’s Daren Blomquist joins us to discuss the possibility of a massive wave of foreclosures hitting the market. We talk about current property prices, dive into detailed foreclosure stats, and more. Tune in and get information on everything you need to know…
 
“Crisis at the Border.” The truth is: unless we get to the root of how bad it has to be to force people to leave home, the refugees will keep coming. On this show political anthropology professor David Vine reveals The post To Stop Northward Migration, Address the Causes appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Explore a variety of sales and investment strategies in this compilation of last month's best real estate podcasts. In this special episode, we include clips from our most popular guests and sprinkle in relevant real estate news. Tune in and discover unique ways to thrive in today's competitive markets. Visit hibandigital.com/toolbox Claim Real Est…
 
Traditional liberals argued we’d alienate some by civil disobedience in the streets of Washington. The idea was to stop the center of the war machine to stop the war, which went on an on despite marches and speeches and everyone The post The Remarkable Success of MayDay 1971 appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Kids can learn a number of “superpowers” by participating in sports--traits such as courage, resilience and character.That’s the message from Beth Brown, an educator with a Ph.D in sports psychology and the author of the children’s book series, “Adventures with Divot and Swish.” She’s also a former member of the University of Oklahoma basketball te…
 
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