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The Origins Podcast features in-depth conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world about the issues that impact all of us in the 21st century. Host, theoretical physicist, lecturer, and author, Lawrence M. Krauss, will be joined by guests from a wide range of fields, including science, the arts, and journalism. The topics discussed on The Origins Podcast reflect the full range of the human experience - exploring science and culture in a way that seeks to entertain, edu ...
 
GovLove is a podcast about the people, policies and profession of local government. From Mayors and City Managers to interns and everyone in between, we interview the people making a difference in their communities to learn about the great work being done at the local level. GovLove is brought to you by Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL).
 
Thanks for tuning in to The Real Estate CPA Podcast, a show that focuses on tax, accounting, and finance tips for real estate investors and business owners. Our episodes generally run 10-20 minutes of no-nonsense, hard-hitting information. We know your time is valuable so our goal is to save you thousands of dollars per episode. Your host, Brandon Hall, runs a CPA firm that exclusively serves real estate investors and real estate business owners. He works with synidcators and developers clos ...
 
The Thomas Jefferson Hour features conversations with Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, as portrayed by the award-winning humanities scholar and author, Clay Jenkinson. The weekly discussion features Mr. Jefferson’s views on events of his time, contemporary issues facing America and answers to questions submitted by his many listeners. To ask President Jefferson a question, visit our website at jeffersonhour.com
 
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We speak with President Jefferson about an armed uprising that occurred in Massachusetts in 1787 known as Shays' Rebellion. We ask Jefferson about an often quoted letter from January of that same year in which he wrote, "I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical…
 
Mesa Cares. Two guests joined the podcast to talk about supporting entrepreneurship and economic development using an online tool and technical assistance. Jay O'Donnell, Assistant Economic Development Director for the City of Mesa, Arizona, and Jenny Poon, Founder & CEO of CO+HOOTS, discussed how the City worked with CO+HOOTS to support small busi…
 
Matthew Sullivan is the CEO and Founder of QuantmRE, a company that solves a real problem for homeowners by helping them access a portion of their home equity without taking on more debt. Matthew has a proven track record in real estate innovation.In today’s episode we discuss home equity agreements, a tax free way to tap in to the equity in a prop…
 
Nilay Patel talks with CEO of Evil Geniuses about how an esports team makes money, where the industry is headed, and where she sees growth. We want to hear what you think of Decoder! Please fill out this short survey: theverge.com/survey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Verge
 
When you find yourself with a lie in the rough what do you do? Do you swing as hard as you can and just try to hack it out, or is there a smarter way to play the ball back to safety? In this week’s episode of The Golf Podcast we discuss three of our favorite tips to help you escape the rough and avoid making a bad situation even worse. Listen to Th…
 
Maintaining equity during a pandemic. Two guests joined the podcast to talk about how they promote equity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Farris Muhammad, Director of Equity and Inclusion for the City of Lawrence, Kansas, and Ruaa Hassaballa, COVID Testing Equity Project Manager for Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health, shared how the partnershi…
 
We are joined this week on the Thomas Jefferson Hour by the respected author Joseph Ellis in a robust discussion about the Constitution, beginning with an agreement that it is time to retire the electoral college. Ellis says that, “Argument is the answer, and the willingness to recognize the legitimacy of different sides in an argument is the cruci…
 
Learning about public administration. Three undergraduate students from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Faiza Mawani, Mary Gilmore, & Kyle Adams, joined the podcast to discuss what they learned from a class about public administration. The students shared their notions of the profession before and after the class. Each guest highlighted th…
 
Bill Ham is Chief Operating Officer and the driving force behind Broadwell Property Group. He has upwards of 20 years of experience in Real Estate with a proven track record of identifying, acquiring, operating, and divesting of large footprint Multifamily Housing as well as SFRs. He is also a coach and mentor to the future titans of multifamily re…
 
CNBC anchor Jon Fortt unpacks how the GameStop stock story was covered by the media and if technology has the ability to democratize the markets through apps like Robinhood. Fortt also discusses his course ‘The Black Experience in America,’ which looks at race in the US https://www.forttmedia.com/ We want to know what you think of the podcast! Plea…
 
This week, expert club fitter Shea Satterfield of Temecula Creek Golf Club joins us to talk about his golf club fitting philosophy, and to answer some of your questions from the Facebook group. Listen to This Week’s Show Download on iTunes here Download on Stitcher here Download on Spreaker here Download on SoundCloud here Listen on Spotify here Li…
 
Teaching local government. Dr. Peter Jones, Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, joined the podcast to talk about his classes teaching students about public service careers. He discussed how he teaches students about different government government careers and ways to be a public servant. He also shared what students are int…
 
Clay S. Jenkinson answers listener questions and speaks about the Wall Street Journal's erroneous reporting of Jefferson’s impeachment (he was not impeached), and also talks about Jefferson’s literary tastes and writing. Questions presented include a request for a good biography on Abigail Adams, Jefferson’s daily cold water foot baths and reliable…
 
Celebrating public service. Catie Miller, Strategic Communications Manager for the General Services Administration, joins the podcast to discuss the Federal agency's #GovLove campaign to highlight success stories in government. She shared the types of successes they are highlighting and how other organizations can participate. She also talked about…
 
Herschell Hamilton is the co-founder and Chief Strategic Officer of BLOC Global Group. The company manages and develops complex real estate and building projects; provides commercial real estate transaction, advisory, and investment services.In today’s episode we discuss “outsourced”, or fee development services, revitalization and economic develop…
 
In this episode of Decoder, Nilay sits down with Charlton McIlwain, a professor of media, culture, and communications at NYU and the author of Black Software, to talk about Black Lives Matter, Twitter, Online Communities, and Policing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Verge
 
Ball speed is a measurement of the speed of the golf ball when it leaves the club face. So as golfers, we’re left asking, how do we get more of it, without sacrificing accuracy and consistency? In this episode of The Golf Podcast we dive into three ways to improve your ball speed and add consistent distance to your game. Listen to This Week’s Show …
 
Consult early and consult often. Claire Elizabeth Williams, CEO & Co-Founder of Foundations for Social Change, joins the podcast to discuss the New Leaf Project. She outlined how the New Leaf Project distributed a direct cash payment of $7,500 (CAD) to 50 recipients who recently became homeless in Vancouver, British Columbia. Claire shared the resu…
 
This week we talk about snow, cryptocurrency, chatbots, hydro flasks, pink mac and cheese, and nostalgic food.Support us on Patreon to keep the podcast going and to gain access to exclusive content at: http://www.patreon.com/theshowsamandjoeFavorite things:Iron Flask Sports Water Bottle - (amazon.com/gp/product/B07N1X7JWP) Snow…
 
President Jefferson speaks about the challenges he encountered during his first term as president, and offers his guiding principle that he views government as "a few plain duties" performed by a few honest men. He also offers some private advice to our new president on division and building consensus. Find this episode, along with recommended read…
 
Pizza, beer, & public input. Kevin Lyons, CEO & Co-Founder of FlashVote, joins the podcast to discuss community engagement. He highlights common mistakes made with various types of communication channels as well as mistakes organizations make in town halls, social media, online forums, and surveys. Kevin also shares with resources to improve commun…
 
We receive hundreds of inquiries about our tax preparation and tax planning services. Some investors group these services together, and some understand there is a difference. Today, Brandon and Thomas discuss getting a tax plan in place.Register for the Tax-Smart Course: https://courses.therealestatecpa.com/Join our Facebook group, the one-stop sho…
 
Nilay Patel talks with venture capitalist Arlan Hamilton. Arlan founded VC fund Backstage Capital in 2015 and focuses on investing in “underestimated founders,” many of whom are people of color, women and LGBTQ. They discuss the importance of representation in tech and business, how the VC world works, and why Arlan is hopeful about the future at B…
 
2020 Nobel Prize-winning physicist and astronomer Andrea Ghez joins Lawrence to discuss her life in science and the path that led her to the discovery of a supermassive compact object (black hole) at the center of our galaxy. See the commercial-free, full HD videos of all episodes at www.patreon.com/originspodcast immediately upon their release. An…
 
Golf practice is becoming more fun with the advancement of driving range technology, and it’s tech like this that helps bring more people to the game of golf. In this episode of The Golf Podcast, we’ll be discussing our experience with Inrange Golf, which is helping make driving ranges “smarter,” and more fun! Listen to This Week’s Show Download on…
 
Sustainable planning and design. Joseph Kunkel, Principal at MASS Design Group and Director of the Sustainable Native Communities Design Lab, joined the podcast to talk about planning projects with Native communities. He discussed his work on affordable housing in Indian Country and engaging with the community to incorporate local context and art. …
 
President Thomas Jefferson joins us this week to discuss the formation of his first cabinet. He had a great deal of experience having attended nearly 60 cabinet meetings serving as Secretary of State during the Washington administration. Jefferson chose his cabinet carefully, wanting to avoid the conflict he experienced in the Washington administra…
 
Mark Ritter is the CEO of MBFS and Nu Direction Lending. Mark is an expert in all things credit union and small business lending, and the organizations he leads are designed to help credit unions fund more loans to real estate investors and small business owners in their communities.In today’s episode, we discuss the benefits of having a relationsh…
 
From public meetings to communications. Two guests joined the podcast to talk about how communication and engagement has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ashley Traynum-Carson, Communication Specialist for the City of Asheville, North Carolina, and Jay Dawkins, CEO of Public Input, shared their perspectives and lessons learned. They discussed …
 
The Verge's Nilay Patel is joined by Joseph Menn, a cybersecurity reporter at Reuters and author of the new book Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World. Nilay and Joseph talk about a very big problem in US cybersecurity today: the SolarWinds hack. In December, it was reported that a group of hackers, lik…
 
Your 3 Wood can be your friend, or your foe…the key is learning how to hit it right with a few swing fundamentals. This week on The Golf Podcast we’re diving into a few of our favorite tips to help you hit your 3 wood cleanly from the fairway. Listen to This Week’s Show Download on iTunes here Download on Stitcher here Download on Spreaker here Dow…
 
Adapting the Agriculture and Consumer Services Department. Nikki Fried, Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services for the State of Florida, joined the podcast to talk about her journey to becoming Commissioner and what her Department does. She discussed how COVID-19 has impacted the work of the Department and how they have adapted, highligh…
 
President Thomas Jefferson was sworn in as our third President on March 4, 1801. He was dressed simply, wearing nothing that would distinguish him from the crowd gathered at noon as he entered the Capitol and then the Senate Gallery to give his speech. The theme of his speech was reconciliation after his bitterly partisan election. This week, Miste…
 
Reducing unnecessary warrants and jail time. Alissa Fishbane, Managing Director at ideas42, and Dr. Aurélie Ouss, Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of Pennsylvania, joined the podcast to talk about their study to reduce the number of arrest warrants for failure to appear in court in the New York City criminal justice system. The …
 
Anton Mattli is the CEO of Peak Financing. Over the last 15 years, Anton has been advising family offices, high net worth individuals, as well as private investment funds, and facilitating their direct investments in commercial real estate across Europe and the United States, including several hundred million dollars in multifamily developments and…
 
The Verge's Nilay Patel talks with head of Instagram Adam Mosseri about how to run a creative platform like Instagram at scale while keeping users — and democracy — safe, how much responsibility the platforms have for what their algorithms promote, and, of course, Instagram's products like Reels, Stories, and IGTV. Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
This week on The Golf Podcast we’re talking wrist angles, including why they matter and how to get them right. Listen to This Week’s Show Download on iTunes here Download on Stitcher here Download on Spreaker here Download on SoundCloud here Listen on Spotify here Links from this Week’s Show Article: Wrist Angle Basics Get the Golficity App: Downlo…
 
Social services, not jail. Christopher Leonard, Administrative Supervisor for the City of Forth Lauderdale, Florida, joined the podcast to talk about the City's community court that serves individuals experiencing homelessness. The program focuses on the root causes of each defendant’s issues and applies mandates such as community service, drug tre…
 
This week we talk about yogurt hierarchy, leftover food, new tech gadgets, wind storms, losing Bitcoin, and smart security cameras.Support us on Patreon to keep the podcast going and to gain access to exclusive content at: http://www.patreon.com/theshowsamandjoeFavorite things:Wyze Cam v3 - (https://bit.ly/3sqgjse), Best Leftovers Ever! - (https://…
 
The events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 dominated the thoughts of most citizens last week. Clay Jenkinson offers his own thoughts and historical perspective along with comments from Jefferson Hour contributors Beau Wright, David Nicandri and Joseph Ellis. Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog. Support the show by …
 
Who says you can't go home? Nick Edwards, City Manager of the City of Joplin, Missouri joined the podcast to talk about his career path in local government and coming home to Joplin to become the City Manager. He talked about building new relationships during COVID-19 and how the City has responded to the pandemic. Nick also shared the City's strat…
 
Johnny Merritt is a partner at Hajjar Peters LLP and an attorney with over three decades of experience in complex corporate and real estate matters. He has been a transactional attorney for more than 20 years, concentrating in ongoing business operations, organizational structuring, mergers and acquisitions as well as real estate purchases, sales a…
 
In the aftermath of the pro-Trump attack on the Capitol, many online platforms, including both Twitter and Facebook, banned President Trump. In this week’s episode, Nilay Patel talks with regulation expert and law professor Daphne Keller, about a big problem: how to moderate what happens on the internet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
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