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What do you get when you combine two knowledgeable CFP® PROFESSIONALS (one also a well-informed COLLEGE FINANCE INSTRUCTOR)? If you mix in relevant financial information and a healthy dose of humor you get the Retirement and IRA Radio Show! JIM SAULNIER, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional with Jim Saulnier and Associates who specializes in retirement planning for clients across the country, CHRIS STEIN, a Finance Instructor at Colorado State University who is also a CERTIFIED FINANC ...
 
Listen in as author Linda Sivertsen (aka Book Mama) brings together the world’s most beloved bestselling authors for monthly chats on writing, publishing, deal-making, spirituality, activism, and the art of romancing creativity. Now streaming on American Airlines, these up-close conversations are a fan favorite, frequently profiled on “Best Podcast” lists (i.e., The Motley Fool’s “10 Best Podcasts for Women”), and on the top Arts & Books pages of iTunes/Apple Podcasts. Join Linda and her cel ...
 
Welcome to the Business by Referral podcast, where 6-figure solopreneurs discover the must-know secrets for getting off the revenue roller-coaster and building a business that fuels their passions, funds their dreams and leaves a legacy! Each week the Referral Diva herself, Virginia Muzquiz, will be bringing you how-to tips, tactics, and strategies to put you on the path to building the kind of business relationships that lead to revenue AND results!
 
If Ben Stein and the Kardashians had a baby that were raised by Janeane Garofalo in a recording studio, you’d have RhetoricLee Speaking, a podcast analyzing cliches in culture, politics, and whatever was on Netflix at 3am. Join hostess with the mostess and professor of Rhetorical Communication, Lee Pierce, to learn the ins and outs of this thing called rhetoric--why certain uses of language have different effects than others and how the cliches we use close our minds off from other ways of t ...
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
In Dead Pilots Society, scripts that were developed by studios and networks but were never produced are given the table reads they deserve. Starring actors you know and love from television and film, a live audience, and a good time in which no one gets notes, no one is fired, and everyone laughs. Presented by Andrew Reich (Friends; Worst Week) and Ben Blacker (The Writers Panel podcast; co-creator, Thrilling Adventure Hour).
 
The Berlin School of Creative Leadership at Steinbeis University Berlin is a leading institute for quality executive education and research on creative leadership. At the heart of the school's offering is its part-time Executive MBA in Creative Leadership, taught both online and in-person in a flexible and modular format with residencies in Berlin, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai and Tokyo. Since opening its doors in 2006, the school has built a global community of senior professionals fro ...
 
What’s it like to have no debt, no credit cards, and no credit score? It sounds like freakish existence in today’s world, but it’s what this podcast is all about. Steve Stewart hasn’t had a single credit card or consumer debt since 2007. In 2010, he launched the Money Plan SOS podcast to share the knowledge gained while living a credit-free lifestyle. Along the way he learned about the negative effects of building a credit score and eventually found a way to be credit worthy - even without a ...
 
Bill Simmons’s new podcast breaks down the NBA's most important games, players, and teams, extending and reinventing his New York Times no. 1 bestselling book from 2009. Playing off the NBA’s dramatic changes during the past decade, Bill uses new commentary and fresh interviews with players and top media members to determine how the league has evolved and where it’s headed. Produced by Bill Simmons and Kyle Crichton Music by Jackson Lowe Lyrics and vocals by Tic Tac and Melatonin
 
Cristian Collodoro was born in Sicily, the beautiful Italian island, in 1993. At the early age of fourteen, driven by an interest for disco music, Cristian made his debuts in local venues by doing his first mix-ups with Underground and House Discs. Following a period of artistic soul-searching, Cristian’s musical interests shifted towards Techno Music with this giving him the opportunity to refine his mixing techniques. Collodoro’s style – a powerful combination of charisma and engaging deli ...
 
Bringing you the knowledge of 1%ERs to help you reach your peak potential. Join multi-millionaire CEO, Sam Bakhtiar, as he interviews today’s business leaders, top athletes, and everyday people achieving massive success in Faith, Family, Fitness, Finance, and Fun. Learn to separate yourself from the 99% and become a 1%ER.
 
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In the UK, over 37,000 people are in hospital with covid-19, and the NHS comes closer than ever to being overwhelmed - though 4 million people have received their first dose of the vaccine, we are warned that things will get worse before they get better.In this podcast, Fiona Godlee, editor in chief of The BMJ, talks to; Partha Kar, consultant in d…
 
Rob began his real estate career as an investor with his father, receiving extensive education in creative financing and negotiation. As an agent, Rob and his wife, Katie, are the team leaders of Pathway Home Real Estate Group, brokered by EXP Realty. Rob is a top producing agent in the greater Austin area, and is also a certified mentor with EXP, …
 
US president elect Joe Biden wasted no time in appointing a special advisory board of experts to guide America out of its coronavirus crisis. One of those experts is Celine Gounder, an infectious diseases epidemiologist who has worked on Ebola, tuberculosis, and HIV in Africa and South America. She’s a clinical assistant professor of medicine and i…
 
Chris and Hayden talk Kong vs. Godzilla getting moved up to March, EA losing exclusivity to Star Wars, and missing being able to go to the movies. [Intro Music] Neon Laser Horizon by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/7015-neon-laser-horizon License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license [Outro Music] Newer Wave by Kevin MacL…
 
The Myth of Dr. King’s Absolute Nonviolence There is a story about Dr. King, apparently true, that during one of his Christian leadership conferences a man jumped out of the audience and started punching him repeatedly in the face. King just stood there. When King’s supporters tried to interfere, King told them to stay back. He was getting the abso…
 
Weeb's Assemble!!! Welcome into another riveting 'Fan Pick' edition of your favorite anime podcast! This week, Alex and Chris randomly selected... Gamers!!! Join the guys as they relive their youth telling tales of when they both were hard core gamers and what made them fall in love with video games! Plus, the guys explain what the heck happened ov…
 
Over the past 40+ years, Dr. Ken Dychtwald has emerged as North America’s foremost visionary and original thinker regarding the lifestyle, marketing, health care, economic and workforce implications of boomers and older adults. Ken is a psychologist, gerontologist, and best-selling author of 17 books on aging-related issues, including his newest “W…
 
In this episode of Talk Evidence, Jon Deeks, professor of biostatistics at the University of Birmingham, returns to the pod with an update on lateral flow tests - and why the government plan for using them in asymptomatic screening for covid-19 doesn't follow the science.We're also joined by Allyson Pollock, clinical professor of public health at N…
 
Jim and Chris discuss listeners’ questions relating to pensions, inherited IRAs, required minimum distributions (RMDs), and 401k rollovers. (4:30) George asks for an opinion on taking a lump-sum pension buyout from his employer to try and avoid taxes. (14:45) A Michigan listener asks about how to handle the transfer of an inherited IRA from one cus…
 
I’m writing this on January 15 which means we have just published the January 2021 issue of Street Photography Magazine. We are super excited because the January issue kicks off our year of women street photographers with a special issue that features work by all women. And throughout the year each issue will feature a super talented woman street p…
 
Andrew Pollard is Director of the Oxford Vaccines Group - who, along with Astra Zeneca, have developed an modified adenovirus vaccine for SARS-CoV-2.In this interview we talk to him about the development of that vaccine - what he thinks about the UK government's plan to increase the interval between doses; if he worries about a mutating virus and v…
 
Happy New Year to all our listeners! We're taking a break from dead pilots this month to do something fun and different! At the beginning of the pandemic Jenny Jaffe (Big Hero 6: The Series), asked the Twitter-verse to send her the names of fake TV shows that she could write the cold opens for. It was an incredible writing exercise and Jenny ended …
 
The Samaritans have traditionally been there for people in a crisis, those who are on the verge of ending their life by suicide - but during this pandemic, with the personal toll of caring for covid-19 patients, they are also here to provide emotional support for NHS staff however they are feeling.In this podcast, Ben Phillips, head of service prog…
 
Gretchen Rubin is one of the most influential voices in self help. She says it is possible to experience happiness, even in 2020 and in the midst of a global pandemic. She shares her tips for surviving this stressful year. Then, health experts are warning we may see a “twindemic” this year when flu season collides with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic…
 
Jim and Chris discuss and answer listeners’ questions on Social Security Spousal Benefits, Non-Deductible IRAs, Multi-Year Guaranteed Annuities, and Mega Backdoor Roths. (5:42) A listener asks a question about Social Security Spousal Benefits. (16:25) A Pennsylvanian wants to know how conversions impact cost basis in Non-Deductible IRAs. (37:45) An…
 
The growth in the need for food aid, in the UK, has been staggering. That's why The BMJ has chosen the Independent Food Aid Network (IFAN) as its annual charity appeal.Nutritional guidelines which work for everyone is difficult, even harder for food aid providers who have to factor in things like long term storage, reduced access to fresh produce a…
 
Recorded Tuesday 5th Jan 2021As the UK enters lockdown, again, schools are closed, the NHS struggles under the surge of cases, new variants of SARS-COV-2 virus stalk the world, and vaccination programmes make a faltering start.In this podcast, Fiona Godlee, editor in chief of The BMJ, talks to Matt Morgan, a consultant in a intensive care medicine …
 
When you’re talking about anything pro-Black in America, you’re going to run into a crossroads between making Black culture accessible, translatable to White hegemony or making it about elevating and celebrating Black culture in its distinctness from Whiteness. There is no right answer here. It’s just an ever-present decision. One of the ways that …
 
The BMJ has long campaigned for better patient and public participation in research, making the case that it leads to better outcomes for patients and for society - but an article published in the Christmas edition of The BMJ goes further than that - and talks about the insights that participants in research provide- insights that the academic team…
 
Caregiving is one of the most painful, stressful and complicated tasks anyone could ever take on. It’s a role Kim Campbell took on when her husband, famed country musician Glen Campbell, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. She shares how they journeyed the path together during the Rhinestone Cowboy’s final years and what she learned from the ex…
 
As 2021 hoves into view, we look back at a year of extraordinary evidence.Helen Macdonald is joined by Joe Ross, one of The BMJ's research editors, as well as a researcher at Yale. They discuss the way in which clinical pre-prints have become an important part of the research ecosystem, especially during the pandemic, and pick up on some of the non…
 
Happy New Year and welcome to 2021. Twenty twenty is finally in the books and perhaps we can all have a sigh of relief. Anyway I am very happy to announce that we have declared that 2021 will be the Year of Women Street Photographers. So each month during the year we are choosing a woman to be the featured photographer of the month. And our first i…
 
In this end-of-year podcast from Deep Breath In, we're bringing you a light hearted look back at 2020, and trying to remember some of the non-covid-19 medicine that has crossed our desks.This festive quiz features the deep breath in gang, as well as Cat Chatfield from the Wellbeing podcast, and Helen Macdonald from our Talk Evidence podcasts.Readin…
 
Jim and Chris answer listeners’ questions and discuss topics relating to taxes, Roth conversions, Roth contribution rules, hardship exceptions, and inherited IRAs. (8:00) Bob, our in-house CPA, provides a talking point about skipping RMDs in 2020 and the possibility of a delayed tax penalty for those who withhold taxes in 2021. (12:30) A colleague …
 
It's here—our 4th annual Beautiful Writers Podcast "Best-Of" episode! Just in time to save your creativity in the New Year from all that binge-watching and doomscrolling. It's been a year—2020 (hence why this Summer episode's dropping in Winter). I don't have to tell you what kind of havoc the pandemic has unleashed on our best-laid writing plans a…
 
If you've had time to digest this year's Christmas edition of The BMJ, you might have wondered how those papers get into The BMJ.Well in this Talk Evidence podcast, Helen Macdonald, UK research editor at The BMJ talks to two of her research team colleagues, John Fletcher and Tim Feeney, as they talk through why they chose their favourite papers.Tox…
 
Actor John Corbett is loving his career, loving his various opportunities to explore creative projects and loving his partner of nearly 20 years, the iconic Bo Derek. As he once again steps into the shoes of Lara Jean’s dad in the popular Netflix film series “To All the Boys,” Corbett checks in with GB about his path to stardom and shares what it’s…
 
How do human behaviours affect patient outcomes? And what has that got to do with Christmas?Graham Shaw, director of Critical Factors, and Peter Brennan, a maxillofacial surgeon in Portsmouth, join us to explain what human factors are, why they’re not a bigger part of medical training, and talk about their importance as the NHS comes under greater …
 
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