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Welcome to Remote Work Radio, where we chronicle the stories of people who live where they want and make their living by working remotely as employees, freelancers, and entrepreneurs. This podcast aims to empower you to make your work situation remote-friendly so you can improve your quality of life. Remote Work Radio is an original production of Utah State University Extension's Rural Online Initiative. For more information, visit remoteworkcertificate.com
 
The show that goes nowhere fast. Telekinetic explores how human progress changes human movement. It could be telecommuting, delivery culture, virtual reality, job automation -- if there’s a trip being made by knowledge that used to be made by people, we're here for it.
 
Let’s talk transportation, traffic, transit and what’s driving you crazy as you try to get from here to there, no matter how you do it. Longtime Denver traffic expert Jayson Luber will look at the big issues in transportation, traffic, transit and whatever is driving you crazy. Come join us on the road well traveled!
 
Have you been forced to work from home by your employer? Have you been laid off and are feeling depressed at home? Do you want to make money while working from home? When your W-2 world changes and you're told to work from home, or when work sends you home and tells you that you have to use vacation time if you want to get paid, it's time to figure out how. Adam Schroeder and Naresh Vissa have been working from home for over a decade each, and are here to teach you how to not only prove your ...
 
You are not alone! Join our community of listeners navigating working from home for the first time. WFH is a show to help you stay connected, productive, and sane while working remotely. Less than 10 minutes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. For more information visit http://wfhpodcast.com
 
On Way Off Site we try to demystify remote work by interviewing developers who work remotely and sharing their experiences. We learn about how to get into remote work, how to work effectively both individually and as a team and how companies & organizations can make the most of remote work. Learn more at WayOff.Site or @WayOffSite on twitter.
 
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We all know covid change the way we work but has it changed it forever and changed the way we commute? I speak with Dr. Patricia Mokhtarian, Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Georgia Tech. We will be talking about telecommuting and what it means to commuting now and in the future. Also, the Employee Traffic Reduction Program throu…
 
If you're looking to start a company from home, how can you set yourself up for a successful exit when the time is right? What about buying an existing company to skip the dangerous first steps in creating a business? Josh Patrick is a serial entrepreneur and advisor to private business owners. He took his first business from 1.5 people to 90 emplo…
 
Now that we have two private space flights in the books, where do we go from here? What does this mean to private transportation and to us here on earth? Rocket scientist and University of Colorado Boulder Senior Director of Industry Relations Chris Muldrow joins me to talk about space tourism and what it means to you and me. Also, how much will it…
 
Artificial intelligence has come a long way over the years. What was once a pipe dream has become reality. But what has that reality really done for us? Sharon Daniels, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Arria NLG, one of the pioneering companies in artificial intelligence for automatic text generation, joins Adam and Naresh to discuss what's happening i…
 
Air travel has really gone downhill since covid. I recall my trip to Florida and how Disney needs to update how we all get around. The EU wants to stop selling gas or diesel cars by 2035. Should drivers who own back fines for traffic violations and court costs be allowed amnesty? And no, you shouldn’t drive with a satellite dish on your hood. All t…
 
How do you go from being someone pitching a comic book at the age of 28 to getting a phone call from Disney that they want you to write a series of books? Serena Valentino did just that, and she joins Adam and Naresh to explain how she accomplished the feat, what her process is, and what's next for her. Website: www.SerenaValentino.com www.WorkFrom…
 
How do you succeed as a team, whether sitting in an office or from each worker's home? The answer remains the same regardless of the surrounding, and NFL Hall of Famer Joe Theismann joins Adam and Naresh to discuss what the keys are. Joe, Adam, and Naresh also delve into how to handle an abrupt end to your career, business, etc, and how to bounce b…
 
This episode I get to speak with IndyCar Driver Graham Rahal. I’m sure you recognize the name. He is the son of Legendary indy racer Bobby Rahal. Graham is here on the show to talk racing but also and almost more importantly to talk tires as this is National Tire Safety Week (June 28 - July 4). Also, The TSA is warning people not to behave badly or…
 
How can you go from a kid just trying to make some money delivering papers to partnering with athletes and sports teams to sell stadiums, memorabilia, and everything in between? For Brandon Steiner the answer is simple: increase your empathy. Brandon joins Adam and Naresh to discuss how he's able to keep his creativity at an elite level and come up…
 
(1:40) Mitch introduces Greg LeRoy, Executive Director of Good Jobs First. (3:13) Greg notes that America's state and city governments spend roughly $70B/yr in economic development incentives to corporations, who often use those incentives in turn to pay no taxes on property or income over the course of their local operation, thus failing to delive…
 
Creating a business and growing it into a success is hard enough. But to then give that up and pursue your passion to write? That takes guts and determination. To then become a New York Times best selling author? Well, that's what Robert Beatty did. Robert joins Adam and Naresh to discuss his journey from entrepreneur to best selling author living …
 
Julie Meyer graduated university and took off overseas 10 days later to start her own business journey. The daughter of an entrepreneur, she's led quite the entrepreneur life of her own now. Julie joins Adam and Naresh to discuss her journey, what entrepreneurs (and "hidden" entrepreneurs) today can do to put themselves in position to succeed, and …
 
I speak with Devon Jones, former viral YouTubeer who posted videos of his confrontations with other drivers he recorded on his helmet cam and was featured on the ABC news program 20/20 about road rage. Devon explains what happened during his most viral videos and explains what his new project is now. Also, my trip to florida. What it is like in the…
 
Taking care of yourself is something we all know we need to do, but it's something easily neglected. Rosie Mercado, on the other hand, went from being depressed at home to being an internationally renowned plus-size model and starring in a reality TV show. She joins Adam and Naresh to discuss her journey and how she was able to lose 240 pounds and …
 
(1:38) Mitch introduces Ben Sharp, the force behind progressive metal act Cloudkicker. (3:09) Ben reflects on the influences and innovations that shaped his "bedroom music" hobby -- a classification barely old enough to drink, as it references the 21st century transition from traditional lo-fi homemade music to the studio-grade technologies that pl…
 
Learning self regulation is one of the most important things people can do, regardless of age. How can we, as parents, instill that discipline in our children? Adam and Naresh are joined by Dr. Stuart Shanker, distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Psychology at York University in Toronto, founder & CEO of The MEHRIT Centre, an…
 
Tens of thousands of years ago there were animals roaming the great plains that aren’t still with us today. We know this because we dig them up from time to time and this time it happened during the massive central 70 project in Denver. They found some teeth from an ice age camel. I wanted to know more so I invited Vice President & Paleontology Pro…
 
What can the average person learn from the training they give to Navy SEALS? What does a "warrior living" philosophy mean? Adam and Naresh are joined by Chris Sajnog, retired U.S. Navy SEAL Master Firearms Instructor and a Neural-Pathway Training Expert; #1 bestselling author of "How to Shoot Like Navy SEAL: Combat Marksmanship Fundamentals" and "N…
 
Imagine transforming an interstate route from a bridge to a lowered section below ground. That is what the Colorado DOT is doing as part of their central 70 project, the most expensive road project in Denver history. Project director Bob Hays joins me to talk about the challenges and successes of this massive project. Also, a few comments from last…
 
What do you do when your fear creates more problems than the actual crisis you were facing? How do you express gratitude during and after a pandemic? How do you overcome negative thoughts and instill a positive mindset not just in our own lives but in our children's? Adam and Naresh are joined by Doug Vermeeren, creator of Personal Power Mastery; a…
 
We're all living A life, but are we living the life we really want? How many of us can say, after a year like 2020, that we're really living our best life? Kimberly Friedmutter, internationally renowned hypnotherapist and bestselling author of Subconscious Power: Use Your Inner Mind to Create the Life You've Always Wanted, joins Adam and Naresh to …
 
Have you heard of the Employer Based Trip Reduction Program? It is an idea from Colorado’s Department of Public Health and Environment Air Pollution Control Division as a way, they say, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from single occupancy vehicles. I go through the proposal and speak to Denver7 reporter Russell Haythorn about his story on ETRP …
 
Diversity in the work place is something society has been trying to achieve for a long time now. Now that Covid sent workers home and changed the landscape of work, what does that mean for diversity? Professor Dr. Harvey Wingfield is Professor of Sociology at Washington University in St. Louis, President of Sociologists for Women in Society, a nati…
 
Will it take technology in our cars to save us from being distracted by our technology? I explore that question and much more with Doug Milnes, Head of Marketing & Communications as well as Data Analytics at MoneyGeek.com. Is it time to repeal the ban on interstate rest areas from being full service? All that and more on the Driving You Crazy Podca…
 
(1:22) Mitch introduces Genevieve Miller, Director of Advocacy at Indy Hunger Network. She gives us the lay of the land regarding how millions of Americans, many of whom are located smack in the middle of high-density urban areas, find themselves unable to access food. She cites USDA's official definition of a food desert as a community with 20%+ p…
 
You can imagine that being caught for street racing would come with several driving charges but what about false imprisonment? That is happening in Aurora, Colorado. It might be just the right time to start a small airline. Have you been asked yet for a travel passport? That is coming if you want to get on a boat or fly to Europe. And do you pull h…
 
There are common traits of businesses that are surviving (and thriving) during the pandemic. What are they? Is college the answer? How can workers truly get the necessary skills? Nicholas Wyman joins Adam and Naresh to discuss work from home skills and how to make sure you're what companies are looking for and how companies can get the people they …
 
Culture Building in a Telecommuting World and What’s the New Normal for a Post-Coronavirus Workplace? Hosts - Sharon Lorman, Vice President, The Kafafian Group, Inc. Jeff Marsico, President, The Kafafian Group, Inc. Guests - Alan Kaplan, CEO, Kaplan Partners Austin Stonitsch, EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer, Dime Community Bank Janet Whitehead, …
 
I received a few comments from my last episode that I address. Two people were killed in a Tesla that might have been in the self driving auto pilot mode. And a driver in Canada is going through a first of its kind case for sleeping while driving. And I have my lifetime XM radio back!! All that and more on the Driving You Crazy Podcast. Contact: 30…
 
Covid put students of all ages into their homes. It showed a glaring fact about higher education pricing and the value it provides. How will these higher education facilities continue to surive (or will they?) once people see how much it actually costs to run the education side of the school? Jeff Selingo, award-winning journalist for The Washingto…
 
Is it time to ban all traffic stops after what happened to Duane Wright in Minnesota? What would that look like and what are the implications of such an idea. I discuss that and more on the Driving You Crazy Podcast. Contact: 303-832-0217 or DrivingYouCrazyPodcast@Gmail.com Jayson: twitter.com/Denver7Traffic or www.facebook.com/JaysonLuberTrafficGu…
 
Reading is the foundation for children's learning, but sometimes between the 50th and 150th time reading you start to think there MUST be another way to read it. Shannon Bex is Co-founder & Chief Communications Officer of VOOKS, which is a newstreaming platform that is unlike any other streaming service available today by adding movement and sound …
 
How do you go from professional NBA player earning millions of dollars to a work from home professional running a business successfully? Not many of us will ever get a chance to do that, but Jim McIlvaine, former NBA center, joins Adam and Naresh to discuss what that transition was like. Jim discusses his NBA career, what he's been able to do now t…
 
It has been a year since Covid and traffic is coming back. How busy will it be this summer? AAA expert Skyler McKinley is with me to talk about that and give his prediction about where traffic is going in the future. Also, how many flight alerts are too many flight alerts? And have you tried to rent a car lately? The prices are outrageous. All that…
 
I am back with a rant and interview. The rant stems from how the airlines will switch prices of flights on you as you are buying them. Call it surge pricing on the worst level. The interview is with Brett Mylove, the CEO and Founder of Tele-Traffic. Brett and I talk about pandemic traffic one year later, where we have come and where we are going an…
 
With the cluster of people vying to be "the one", how do you stand out in today's landscape? Can a simple book possibly be the answer? Adam Witty, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Advantage Media Group and Forbes Books, bestselling author of Authority Marketing: How to Leverage 7 Pillars of Thought Leadership to Make Competition Irrelevant, a…
 
Could you fit your business plan on a notecard? Adam Witty, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Advantage Media Group and Forbes Books, bestselling author of Authority Marketing: How to Leverage 7 Pillars of Thought Leadership to Make Competition Irrelevant, as well as Book The Business: How To Make BIG MONEY With Your Book Without Even Selling …
 
It has been a year since the shutdowns erasing our traffic from the roads. In this episode I bring back Gil Edwards. Gil is with Iteris and traffic carma mobility trends to talk about where we were and where we are going on the roads. Also, cruising has had some setbacks but it is trying to come back.All that and more on the Driving You Crazy Podca…
 
How can one person help so many others improve their lives? How can one doctor fight the current medical system that promotes more and more patients with less and less face time, to create a profitable business with good bedside manners and high quality of care? Dr. B.S. Ajaikumar, founder, chairman and CEO of HealthCare Global Enterprises and auth…
 
(1:24) Mitch introduces Dr. Brett Stoudt, head of the CUNY Graduate Center's PhD program in Critical Psychology. He rattles off a handful of the NYPD's latest and shadiest technologies, exponentially increasing the power with which law enforcement can bring the city to its fingertips. He points out that some of these use cases are blatant 4th Amend…
 
How do you avoid the feeling of loneliness while you're working from home? Especially during the lockdown we've been kept separated for a long time. Is it possible to actually build a community through these times? Charles Vogl, author of The Art of Community: Seven Principles for Belonging, joins Adam and Naresh to discuss ways in which you can cr…
 
Most college students are going out on the weekend to party and doing the minimal work needed to get their degree. Others, however, are working from their dorm room and getting started on their life after college. Nathan Hirsch was one of the driven ones. He tells Adam and Naresh his story and shares how he's had such success from home while runnin…
 
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