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The Being Lutheran Podcast co-hosted by pastors Jason Gudim, Brett Boe, and Brian Ricke. It is a walk through the Lutheran Book of Concord, episode by episode and article by article. This podcast started off as the adult Sunday School class at Faith Free Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN, taught by Jason. Brett brings an outsiders' perspective to the material and keeps Jason mostly on task. The podcast is produced by Brian.
 
According to FastCompany, "the Stacking Benjamins podcast...strikes a great balance of fun and functional." Created live from Joe's mom's half-finished basement....you'll hear a parade of financial headlines, personal finance experts, creatives, and people with stories that inspire us. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, hosts Joe Saul-Sehy & OG meet at the card table and bring you guests, trivia, your letters about saving, investing, and risk management, and much more. Academy of Podcast w ...
 
Where is branding headed? How is it changing? Who's making the difference. Joelly Goodson (aka the Branding Badass) is bringing you the world’s most iconic leaders. Follow the personalities, the lessons and the insights. Come to be inspired and changed. Real conversations, valuable tips, incredible stories. Learn how to be a branding badass. Please rate us on Apple Podcasts or whatever platform you use.
 
INspiredINsider.com Show with Dr. Jeremy Weisz features interviews with successful and inspirational entrepreneurs, authors, and visionary leaders. The interviews reveal deeply personal stories and explore the tough journey of Big Challenges or Big Mistakes that the inspirational leaders overcame to achieve success. Here are some inspiring stories you will find: - Jonny Imerman with Imerman Angels--Listen to how one guest fought and beat cancer. He then started an organization to match other ...
 
Welcome to The Less Doing Podcast with your host, Ari Meisel. Ari is a self-described "overwhelmologist" and founder of Less Doing. He helps entrepreneurs find focus, flexibility, and freedom in their business. The methodology enables founders to become replaceable so they can scale their business. His raving fans include folks like Tim Ferriss, Dan Sullivan, Victoria Labalme, Jim Kwik, and Steve Sims. So if you want to discover new tools, tech, habits, ideas, and workflows to improve your p ...
 
Tell a young person what to do – play fair, be yourself, stick to the task at hand – and most will tune you out. But show them how choices and consequences play out in the real world, and the impact will be far more effective and long lasting. Based on interviews with over 100 people from around the world and from all walks of life as they reflect on their most profound and unexpected moments of clarity about who they are and how they should treat others. The lessons help teach 23 powerful c ...
 
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In the latest WXXI Business Report: A recent survey from JP Morgan Chase shows business leaders are optimistic about their company’s prospects over the next several months, even with lingering concerns about COVID-19. The CEO of Bausch + Lomb’s parent company, Bausch Health Companies, says the company continues to pursue the possibility of a spinof…
 
What does the law say about who can mandate proof of vaccination? It's a question employers across the country are asking. On Friday, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said there will be no nationwide mandate for the vaccine. But different states are setting different rules for how businesses ca…
 
We're joined by the co-leaders of the Finger Lakes Vaccine Task Force for the latest on the state of vaccines in the region. Currently, the 7-day rolling average positivity rate for Monroe County is 2.3 percent. Monroe County Public Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza says the increase in that infection rate is due to unvaccinated people contra…
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday said with the alarming spread of the COVID-19 delta variant in New York state, he is extending a mandatory vaccination policy for state workers and employees of state-run hospitals to include Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers. He also urged nursing homes and schools also require mandatory vaccines for employe…
 
Imagine fleeing your hometown with nothing but the hope and will to survive. Or risking your life to gather information needed to incriminate some of the worst players in history. We are declaring this week "history week" here at Stacking Benjamins and we're delivering quite the suite of guests for you! Today, Retired U.S. Army Major General Mari E…
 
The window of opportunity for victims of childhood sexual abuse to file a civil lawsuit against their alleged abuser ends Aug. 13. Survivors say it’s not too late to file a claim, but some would like another legal window sometime in the near future to accommodate those who are not yet ready to come forward. The window opened in August 2019, and was…
 
This week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that employers need to bring workers back to the office by Labor Day. He said that remote work is not as creative or productive, and working from home harms other businesses -- lunch spots, coffee shops, etc. But many workers have reported thriving during the pandemic with a remote schedule. How do they interpret t…
 
What have local theaters learned from the pandemic? We talk with representatives from several local theaters about the challenges they've faced, the successes they've had, and how they think the industry may change in the future as a result of the pandemic. We also discuss what's on stage this season. Our guests: Bill Ferguson , executive director …
 
As the Delta variant leads to increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases and some governments are starting to require their employees to get vaccinated, private employers are taking a closer look at such policies. But something is standing in their way. "What's holding them back is if they implement a vaccine mandate, people will quit or people won't app…
 
How rigid are your money habits? What will happen when your "optimized" financial situation comes crashing down because you didn't think about what could possibly go wrong in the future? Beyond that, does the stuff we own, own us or set us free? How can we strive to be more financially flexible and what strategies can we use to get there? Those are…
 
This week on Ear Shot: The last year is associated with loss and pain for a lot of people. But for some, 2020 was a turning point toward something different, something better. It was a point when some recognized they needed a change. This week, we hear from a local musician who talks about embarking on a new adventure. Plus: Gov. Andrew Cuomo is re…
 
Raymond Lott served in the U.S. Navy over 35 years ago. He said the things he experienced then as a teenage sailor traumatized him for years. “At sea, we had to pick up body parts from jets colliding ... things like that, and it stayed with me,” Lott said. Lott said he turned to alcohol in an attempt to numb the pain, until a fellow veteran told hi…
 
New York state forest rangers have joined a countrywide effort to aid efforts to extinguish wildfires out West. Forest ranger Timothy Carpenter from Steuben County returned home on Monday after two weeks of battling the Bootleg fire in Oregon. A second forest ranger was deployed this week to the Alder Creek Fire in Montana. “We may not get 400,000-…
 
Author Tom Nichols says the time has come to start shaming Americans who are declining to be vaccinated. Nichols says the prime targets of his frustration are white conservatives, and he should know something about that group, being a white conservative himself. But many health care providers caution against shaming and mocking, saying that patienc…
 
The writer Olga Khazan recently sparked discussion when she mused about how painful an IUD can be. Women responded with their own stories, often frustrated that they weren't warned about how rough it could be. On the other hand, IUDs have helped drive down the rates of unwanted pregnancy and even abortion in some states. So how should we view IUDs?…
 
David Littlefield is the Founder and Chairman of Littlefield Agency, which he started in 1980. For over 41 years, the agency has served B2B and restaurant businesses. They even have an official holiday in June every year declared by the Mayor of Tulsa. Littlefield Agency clientele includes companies like the Tulsa Airport, Francis Energy, Tulsa Hea…
 
In a recent piece for CITY Magazine , WXXI’s Jeff Spevak says this summer’s blossoming of events has caught him by surprise. He joins us to discuss the local live music scene, which includes events postponed from last year, new shows, and hybrid and virtual events. We also talk about how venues are handling pandemic safety measures. Our guests: Jef…
 
Technology reporter Todd Feathers wrote an extensive piece for Vice's Motherboard about the police tool known as ShotSpotter. It's a piece of technology that supposedly offers accurate analysis of where and when gunshots were fired. It's been used countless times across the country. But Feathers reports that there is essentially no verification tha…
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo will mandate that front-line workers in New York state-run hospitals be vaccinated against COVID-19. All other state workers also have to be vaccinated or be subject to weekly testing. But the governor stopped short of imposing new mask mandates, despite advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that masks be requ…
 
A former Olympian says Simone Biles' decision to step out of Olympic competition is a teaching moment for leaders and people everywhere. Citing the enormous expectations placed on her, the 24-year-old American gymnastics superstar withdrew from Thursday's all-around competition to focus on her mental well-being. "We don't have enough hero stories w…
 
What would be your first step in the right direction when life isn't going your way? How would you move forward and make the most important change ever? Brandy Mabra journeyed from bankruptcy to successful CEO coach and today shares her journey. She knew she needed to take every opportunity available (and even moved to another state!) to make a bet…
 
In this episode, Brett, Jason, and Nathan continue their examination of Article XIII of the Augsburg Confession and Apology. The Sacraments are the intersection of objective justification and subjective justification. In them, the objective justification won for us by Christ on the cross is directly and personally applied to us as individuals.…
 
Cheryl Contee is the Chair and Founder of a digital marketing agency, Do Big Things. Before founding Do Big Things, she co-founded Fission Strategy and Attentive.ly. Attentive.ly is a tech startup specializing in influencer marketing technology and was acquired in 2018, making it the first tech startup with a black female founder on board in histor…
 
A financial setback could hit any of us at any time. How will you rebound? What steps should you take first and what financial changes should you make? Managing money in a crisis if FAR different than following the normal rules, and today's guest, Michele Cagan, knows first-hand what it's like to experience a major financial setback. Today she'll s…
 
How do you know if your trading strategies are helping or hurting your overall portfolio goals? Maybe you're chasing the market or trading based on what your friends and family are trading? Lucky for you, our roundtable today talks about six trading habits that might be keeping you poor and they offer lots of sound advice on how to avoid these mist…
 
Bennie Fowler is a current NFL veteran of eight years, Super Bowl champion, executive coach, and best-selling author of Silver Spoon: The Imperfect Guide to Success. Bennie began his career as an undrafted free agent signed by the Denver Broncos after graduating from Michigan State University. He then won the Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos. …
 
F is for Fun. And we have a ton of fun today talking to Rob Phelan about his new children's book M is for Money. He was inspired by reading with his own son and realizing there weren't any books on the market that teach basic personal finance to kids. Even if you don't have kids yourself, this book might be a great gift for a kid in your family. We…
 
Jordan Harbinger will interview Ari Meisel for this final episode of the Less Doing Podcast! Why did Ari choose Jordan to interview him for this final episode? Find out on this episode! Highlights Trying to do something different for the 500th episode - 0:48 Shutting down the company - 2:50 Listening to procrastination - 3:59 How to not procrastina…
 
Dr. Jeremy Weisz is the Co-founder of Rise25. He has been involved in podcasting for 11 years and was a Senior Producer for one of the early business podcasts; he assisted in putting all of their systems in place and helped them add volume, feature, and edify various business leaders. Dr. Weisz has also been running his podcast, Inspired Insider, s…
 
14 minutes. Today we talk to Chris Field about changing the world using only 1% of your time (14 minutes a day). Chris will share why "charity begins at home" is a misguided approach to life...not for the world around you, but for your own return on investment. The work he's done has made an impact on the world and he shares how you can make a diff…
 
Get in touch with Ari by going to: voxwithari.com. The final episode of this podcast is coming, and we are sure that you’ll love it! Highlights What to do next? - 0:55 Use the free resources that may help you - 1:53 Go to voxwithari.com and get in touch! - 2:53 Episode Resources Connect with Ari Meisel https://lessdoing.com/ https://www.instagram.c…
 
Do you buy second-hand clothes instead of new? How about waiting to buy that special something until there's an awesome deal? Dumpster dive? Argue with clerks for a discount? There's a ton of frugal living tips out there but when does frugal cross the line and you're just being cheap? Today our roundtable team discusses the five times one blogger s…
 
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