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Welcome to the podcast, Full PreFrontal: Exposing the Mysteries of Executive Function hosted by Sucheta Kamath. Executive Function is a core set of cognitive skills that allow humans to focus attention, block out distractions, plan ahead, stay engaged, temper emotions, and think flexibly while creatively solving problems to fulfill personal and social goals. The prefrontal cortex region of the brain, which governs Executive Function, is often compared to an air traffic control system at a bu ...
 
Your Aviation Audio Magazine - A unique view... from both sides of the mic!Welcome! My name is Brandon Gonzales, I’m an Air Traffic Tower Controller at a busy General Aviation airport, but I also have a 25 year background in aviation as a Pilot, Flight Instructor, Aircraft Salesman, Ramper for a 2 major Airlines, FBO Line Serviceman, Plane Crash Survivor, and now Aviation Podcaster. My goal is to serve the aviation community at large, and to help you in your aviation endeavors, no matter wha ...
 
Modern, engaging, and unique, Aviation LO Down is the official podcast of David Lombardo, also known by his operating initials, LO. Full of the passion, humor, and the famous improvisational style found on many of his past social media projects, Aviation LO Down features fascinating interviews and soundbites from across the industry in an exciting and energy-fueled format anyone can enjoy. A podcast that explores not just flying, but the art and science of what makes people in aviation tick. ...
 
Welcome to the Accelerated Investor Podcast with Josh Cantwell. This podcast is the go-to destination for real estate investors both active and passive and multifamily apartment investors both new, intermediate and advanced. The Accelerated Investor Podcast is aimed at multifamily real estate investors looking to retire early and have forever passive income. In each podcast we strive to bring no hype real estate investing education, simple but proven strategies, syndication stories, self-dev ...
 
The Voyage Report: where you get the scoop on travel! This podcast introduces listeners to globetrotters, explorers, current travel topics and trends, tips and tricks, and destinations around the world. Subscribe, review, and share to support our original content from our team of journalists. Thank you for listening and visit us at VoyageReport.com. Bon voyage!
 
A podcast that is dedicated to sharing the inspiring stories of ditching the 9 to 5. Each week a new episode will highlight one Dropout's process of leaving the Corporate World and how they started their small business journey. This podcast is meant to inspire and motivate anyone still sitting in a cubicle, corner office, and ridiculous commutes. Connect with Lauren Allen, host and coach of Corporate School Dropout: Website: https://www.corporateschooldropout.com/ Instagram: https://www.inst ...
 
I'm a pilot obsessed with flying and all things aviation. This podcast series covers more than a century of commercial aviation and how its shaped the world. Aviation is now safer than its ever been, but it took one hundred years of learning and often through accidents and incidents to reduce the risk of flying.
 
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Welcome to the first installment of our summer career series! We're answering your questions and doing a deep dive into careers in aerospace and the steps you can take to get started in the field. Today's episode is one of our most requested topics — how to become an air traffic controller as an entry-level applicant. FAA experts will walk you thro…
 
Today, I’m talking with Barry Flavin. Barry has been investing in Real Estate for over 8 years and currently owns 1000+ units. Prior to pursuing real estate, he was working 40 hrs per week as an Air Traffic Controller. It was a good job, but he got tired and frustrated with the “working to live” mentality. He wanted more out of life; more income, m…
 
Oshkosh 2021 is upon us now and one of the coolest parts of the show is obviously the seaplane base! If you’ve never been before, like me, or you’re gearing up to go, Steve McCaughey shares what we will be expecting at this years event. Support On the Step via Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thatmallardguy Follow me on Instagram! https://www.instag…
 
I’m about to make an offer on an $18M property, and today, I want to walk you through my step-by-step process for evaluating the deal — and how I plan to increase the property value to a whopping $27M! This 360-unit building was built in the 1960’s and has been owned by the same person for the past 10 years. The blended rents are on average $640/mo…
 
On February 18, 1981, Mr. Rogers asked Jeffrey Erlinger a 10-year old quadriplegic with multiple challenges to show the television viewers how his wheelchair worked and by celebrating Jeffrey with warmth and amazement, Mr. Rogers helped crystalized the modern neurodiversity movement. For a long time, normal and abnormal have been the only two concr…
 
This is episode 23 and we’re dealing with flying boat accidents. You may be surprised to hear but one accident in particular involving an Imperial Airways flying boat in 1939 set in motion the use of specialised carb heaters for all aircraft. The safety inspector also recommended that all passengers should be instructed in the fastening of lifebelt…
 
Today, I’m talking with award-winning real estate entrepreneur and personal growth thought leader, Tyler Chesser. Tyler is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of CF Capital — a national real estate investment firm that focuses on acquiring and operating multifamily assets. His team leverages its expertise in acquisitions and management to provide i…
 
The guest of this episode is Niclas Gustavsson - Vice President Business Development & Governmental Affairs at SAAB Digital Air Traffic Solutions. The topic today is the remote towers in Sweden and touched the following aspects: developments at Swedish Mountain Airport and the new Remote Tower Centre in Stockholm lessons learned from remote tower p…
 
Are you looking for a passive way to invest your hard-earned money? Well, today’s guest, Vanessa Peters, has a unique real estate investing strategy that you won’t want to miss! In this episode, we’re talking all about investing in entitlements — the process of turning raw land into a "shovel-ready" state. This adds value to the land and can lead t…
 
In his 1890 seminal book, The Principles of Psychology, William James wrote, “There is no more miserable human being than one in whom nothing is habitual but indecision.” One such key form of indecision is procrastination; and research shows that procrastinators act as if there’s no future. There is a way however, to rein in the reckless disregard …
 
Mike Rutter is a young American who has restored a Grumman Widgeon left in a hangar for over 20 years waiting for its next owner. Taking over 3 years to complete, he now enjoys the nostalgia of owning a 75 year old Grumman Flying Boat! Support On the Step via Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thatmallardguy Follow me on Instagram! https://www.instagr…
 
Not now, later! These are three words we have come to value. The Marshmallow experiment from the 1960s popularized the idea of self-control and brought it into cultural consciousness; however, sometimes it has mislead us to think that kids who don’t wait for two marshmallows at the age of 4 might be destined to lead less fruitful lives. Instead of …
 
The guest of this episode is Xavier Pretat, the Head of Fatigue Risk Management at ENAC in Toulouse. We covered the following main points: the impact of fatigue on ATCOs and typical fatigue level how to manage fatigue and why there is a need for that what is fatigue management about: measuring and taking corrective measures or preventing it altoget…
 
Dave Foster is the Founder of The 1031 Investor — an online resource that’s helped thousands of investors buy more real estate and avoid paying taxes on the profits, by leveraging the tax deferral strategy known as the 1031 exchange. Rolling your gains into another real estate investment can be intimidating at first, but when you understand the rul…
 
On today's episode we’re talking Ag cats on floats, otter radials on floats, floatplane mountain flying, resume building, obscure medical conditions, hungry Tiger sharks below the floats, point of no return seaplane flying, beach bikini’s, starting seaplane companies, fishing from seaplanes, hammocks on seaplanes, New Zealand float flying… and no, …
 
In this episode, I’m sharing a case study for one of our most recent properties, “54 Niles” — a 54 unit apartment building that we bought off-market for $2.43M, and could now sell for over $4M in less than a year! The seller originally bought the building for $1.2M in July 2020 and only 6 months later, our commercial broker brought it to us with an…
 
In his short story, The Girl Next Door, essayist and comedian, David Sedaris writes, “In the coming days, I ran the conversation over and over in my mind, thinking of all the fierce and sensible things I should have said.” To some extent, each of us are trapped in our own mind’s echo chamber like David Sedaris describes and if kept unchecked, liste…
 
Aviation is for everyone, and the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) is working to ensure that everyone feels included. During the DAC's last meeting, FAA requested that they explore a potential language change. For example, the technical term for drones is unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS. Unmanned. Now the committee is looking at ways to make that t…
 
Today, I’m speaking with Chris Grenzig. Chris began his real estate investing journey in 2016 by attempting to flip houses on Long Island NY, but ultimately failed to flip a single property despite spending tens of thousands of dollars and several months trying. Instead of giving up, he shifted his focus to multifamily real estate and started by in…
 
I get a lot of questions about what it’s like to run a large multifamily business — especially when it involves capital improvements, property management, acquisitions, raising capital, and more! As a way to bridge the gap and to show you what’s involved, I thought it may be helpful to create a semi-regular real estate report that outlines the vari…
 
On a flight back to his home airport in a Cherokee 140, pilot Truman O'Brien ran into engine trouble. FAA air traffic controllers at the Portland, Oregon TRACON were in close communication with the pilot, offering him multiple landing options and working hard to help guide him to safety. But, flying at 8,000 feet, the aircraft lost altitude quickly…
 
“You stupid idiot!” Most of us in the civilized world would refrain from using such hurtful and aggressive language when addressing others. However, if someone were to be a fly on our mind’s wall and hear the things we say to ourselves, they might be horrified. When individuals face challenges, encounter failures, and make fools of themselves, the …
 
Chris Palmer has created a great business called Angle of Attack, well known for incredible video content through YouTube and Instagram, but also running a great online ground school through his website. WEBSITE: https://www.angleofattack.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/angleofattack/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRDe2nrsxVaoI…
 
There’s A LOT that goes into a multi-family deal from concept to close — which is why so many real estate investors decide to work with a general contractor. But be warned, not all general contractors are created equal, and choosing the right one can be the difference between your project going good or bad. So, how do you find a reliable team that …
 
Kofi Annan once said, "Education is a human right with an immense power to transform. On its foundation rests the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development." The question is, how do we help developing minds gain the knowledge of the self-evident or the invisible structural oppression that creates and sustains inequity so …
 
In this episode I talk with Paulo Iscold, a professor or aeronautical engineering at Cal Poly about Nixus Nixus, his most recent project. Nixus is one of the most fascinating and ground-breaking research efforts in the space of gliding. It uses advanced manufacturing techniques to support a very thing wing, plus a fly-by-wire system to control the …
 
What is common between a middle school teacher during the pandemic, a three-generation family living together with a terminally-ill child, and an employee who just lost their job? They all are stretched to the max and stressed to the limit. These individuals and the rest of America is stressed! Studies shows that when asked, close to 80% of doctor …
 
The management structure you set up for your multifamily properties can be the difference between handling all the day-to-day issues of property management or really focusing on finding more deals and capital investments. Today I talk you through several of the differences between in-house management and third-party management. You can examine them…
 
In Season 2, Episode 11, we spoke with FAA drone expert Danielle Corbett to gain a better understanding of how drone pilots can fly safely and in line with FAA rules. That episode is packed with lots of information that will help you to be a great drone pilot! In today's episode, we're talking about drone entrepreneurship. Drones can be used for a …
 
This is episode 22 and we’re going to hear more about an accident in the skies over India that was the final push in the drive to deploy traffic collision avoidance systems known as TCAS. Initially we need to go back to the days days of commercial aviation in 1922. Unfortunately the first collision between aircraft took place almost immediately as …
 
The guest of this episode is Romain Hericher, the former Operational Strategy Director at Dubai Airports in the United Arab Emirates. We covered the following main points: how is A-CDM seen in the Middle-East How can A-CDM work outside of the EUROCONTROL area, or without a network manager Is it easier to implement A-CDM at an airport like Dubai whe…
 
The guest of this episode is John van Hoogstraten, the Operations Director at Cyrrus. We talked about the expertise of consulting companies and how they contribute to the ATM industry, as well as the following interesting aspects: role of consultancies and what do they bring to the table for the ATM industry life cycle of a consulting project and t…
 
The guest of this episode is Jochen Bauer, the Director Sales & Marketing at Guntermann & Drunck. We talked about KVMs and how they are solving user challenges in the ATM industry. What are the roles and advantages of KVM switches and extenders in ATC Are there features that are specific to ATM Does G&D develop specific products on request Are ther…
 
The guest of this episode is Robert Koster, the founder of AerLabs. We looked into the topic of aircraft and drone noise as well as a few other related aspects: Impact of aircraft noise (and emissions in general) on aviation, airports, air routes Current picture globally and in Europe in regards to noise. Where is it the noisiest How is noise measu…
 
Arthur Campbell flew all of the Grumman Flying Boats at Chalk's Ocean Airways in his 18 year career with the company. His stories of his time flying off the water will take you back to the good old days of Flying Boat aviation in Miami and the Bahamas. Chalk's Ocean Airways Orlando Sentinel Article: https://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-xpm-1988-…
 
A ticking bomb, an empty room with a hanger from the dry-cleaners, a radiator, two in captivity with their hands tied behind their backs, and that’s it. With less than 60 seconds left on the clock, only MacGyver can stay focused and optimistic, get himself untied, get his companion freed and flip the trick back on the assailant at the speed of ligh…
 
The guest of this episode is Axel Knutsen, the VP Unmanned Traffic Management at Avinor, the ANPS of Norway. We talked about the current developments regarding drones and UTM deployment in Norway. We will cover the following related topics: Who are the UTM players in Norway, who did develop and deploy the system What features does it provide to dro…
 
Do you want to look into multi-family real estate investing but aren’t sure if it’s the right time? Do you have a few multi-family investments but want to scale up? Today Gino Barbaro shares his tips that took him from being a pizza guy to being a successful multi-family real estate investor.By Josh Cantwell
 
After gaining his commercial pilots licence at age 39, Australian Mark Muscat found a passion for seaplanes as he entered the sector late in his career. His aviation highlights include flying De Havilland Beavers and Cessna Caravans in the Whitsunday Island and taking command of a Single Turbine Otter in Fiji,…
 
Owner-operator Kyle Mitchell from the Asset Management Summit is laser-focused on data-driven decisions about his multifamily portfolio. He’s passionate about improving the performance of his property management team, and you’re going to love hearing the incredibly specific ways he improves his property management metrics.…
 
In the 1830s, Rev. Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet’s method of teaching reading to deaf children was evolutionary and became inviting enough that the then secretary of education, Horace Munn, adopted to teaching it to neurotypical children; the logic being, if the teaching strategy works for the deaf it must work wonders for all. It wasn’t until much late…
 
Seniors continue to transition out of their homes into senior living facilities, even in the middle of the pandemic, and Phillip Vincent is perfectly positioned to help them unlock the equity in their home. Phillip has his customer avatar nailed down tight, and he knows that “Daughter Judy” is overwhelmed and ready to sell her mother’s home to a tr…
 
Although our host, Dominique Gebru, doesn't know much about drones, she really wants to get one! Lucky for her, FAA has everything she needs to become a certified drone pilot. In this episode, she speaks with an FAA drone expert, Danielle Corbett, and learns the dos and don'ts of drone flying. Don't have access to your own personal FAA Drone Expert…
 
America’s struggle with equity was unveiled in a 2011 Department of Education study which showed that 45% of high-poverty schools received less state and local funding than what was typical for other schools in their district. The funding disparities were further brought to light through a 2019 Ed Build report that showed that majority-white distri…
 
Real estate investing looked deceptively easy to Joseph Bramante, so he jumped in feet first and bought his first big property. Hear how he turned an asbestos-filled apartment into a monumental win, and why his mentors were instrumental in helping to navigate what could’ve been a career-crushing purchase.…
 
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