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Epic Exchanges

Kelly Snider - event producer, writer, and speaker

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Celebrating the power of our stories to help us rise above life’s challenges and transform them into greater purpose and authentic connections. Each one of us has a story. A story of overcoming, of illumination, of transformation, of determination. This is what Epic Exchanges is all about.
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
Mindset Meets Mastery with Arlene Gale focuses on the stories we tell ourselves (both fact and fiction), the mindsets, myths, misinformation, business strategies and success formulas that help or hinder us from moving toward mastery in our businesses and our lives. The ultimate goal is to build a community to learn and teach how to be successful: Without excuses or apologies. No matter where each of us is in our business-building journey, Arlene offers her personal insights as well as those ...
 
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Day 24 of the Nature and Nurture Project and we dive into how even when we do our best to do the 'right thing', even then there can be completely unintended consequences. Exchange Quote: “Some days, doing the best we can may still fall short of what we would like to be able to do, but life isn’t perfect on any front – and doing what we can with wha…
 
On November 1st, 1843, a dejected servant named Amelia Norman followed her former beau Henry Ballard to the steps of the Astor House Hotel in New York City. There she stabbed him with a folding knife, barely missing his heart. The city's newspapers and moral reformers quickly embraced Miss Norman's cause, seeing it as an opportunity to change seduc…
 
Day 19 of the Nature and Nurture Project dives into the subject of grief and the things Kelly has learned from her own grieving process(es) over the years. Exchange Quote: “There are no quick fixes to grief. No easy answers. Every expression of grief that wants to be felt and honored and given its space, must be allowed…in order to heal.” – Tom Zub…
 
In this webinar, we are excited to welcome back Jeff Snider. Jeff has appeared in previous Trader Spotlights to highlight the massive Repo Market and is a prominent voice in the global macro space. Jeff is the Head of Global Investment Research at Alhambra Investments. Alhambra currently manages over 230 million in assets for more than 200 clients.…
 
Day 15 of the Nature and Nurture Project focuses on the nature and/or nurture of choosing an entrepreneur path by sharing about the first entrepreneur I ever knew. Exchange Quote: “People ask, ‘Are entrepreneurs born, or are they made?’ I think it’s a combination of both.” – Robert Herjavec Exchange Links: Epic Exchanges on Facebook @epicexchanges …
 
In November of 1407, Louis I, The Duke of Orleans and brother of France's "Mad" King Charles VI, is murdered on a street near his home in Medieval Paris. A police investigation ensues, surprisingly as thorough and detailed as any modern day crime investigation. My guest, Eric Jager, is the author of "Blood Royal: A True Tale of Crime and Detection …
 
Day 12 of the Nature and Nurture Project revisits an epic road trip Kelly took 10 summers ago called The Answer for Cancer Tour, and the importance of the stories they discovered along the way. Exchange Quote: "Because the greatest part of a road trip isn't arriving at your destination, it's all the wild stuff that happens along the way." - Emma Ch…
 
Day 11 of the Nature and Nurture Project with the second of our discussions and stories on generosity. How do we become generous - or is it an innate quality we are born with? Today we explore the 'nurture' side of this topic. Exchange Quote: "Everyone can experience the joy and blessing of generosity, because everyone has something to give." - Jan…
 
Day 10 of the Nature and Nurture Project with the first of two discussions on generosity. How do we become generous - or is it an innate quality we are born with? Today we explore the 'nature' side of this topic. Exchange Quote: "The most truly generous persons are those who give silently without hope of praise or reward." - Carol Ryrie Brink Excha…
 
On April 24th, 1891, a Bowery prostitute named Carrie Brown (known locally as "Old Shakespeare") was found murdered and mutilated in the seedy East River Hotel. With the Jack the Ripper murders unsolved and still news, many believed that the notorious killer had traveled across the Atlantic to continue his bloody work in the United States - and thi…
 
Day 3 of the Nature and Nurture Project introduces how we learn about the concepts of money and investing - is it innate? Or is it learned through experience? Or is it both? Exchange Quote: “Wealth, like a tree, grows from a seed. The sooner you plant that seed, the sooner shall the tree grow.” – George S. Clason Exchange Links: Epic Exchanges on F…
 
Day 2 of the Nature and Nurture Project provides a little framework for the month to come. Kelly introduces us to her family members who represent both the 'nature' and the 'nurture' sides of her experience. Exchange Quote: “It takes a village to raise a child.” – African Proverb Exchange Links: Epic Exchanges on Facebook @epicexchanges on Instagra…
 
Welcome to the Epic Exchanges Nature and Nurture Project where Kelly shares some of the personal stories and people that shaped who she is today. The purpose of this project is to demonstrate that we are a complex combination of both nature and nurture - and discover what makes us who we are today. Exchange Quote:“The phrase ‘nature and nurture’ is…
 
On March 25, 1935, little George Weyerhaueser, heir to one of the biggest fortunes in America, was kidnapped on his way home from school in Tacoma, Washington. His abductors would keep him manacled in a pit in the middle of the forest as they negotiated a $200,000 ransom with his frantic family. What soon followed would be the largest manhunt in th…
 
In the spring of 1853 the ill-fated William and Mary, an American sailing ship captained by the incompetent Timothy Stinson, departed from England carrying over 200 Dutch, Scotch, Irish and English emigrants, all bound for New Orleans. The voyage was an absolute disaster, replete with illness, bad weather, starvation, a shipwreck, and ultimately th…
 
In this webinar, we have on Kelly Farrell of Diamond Capital Management. Diamond Capital Management is a fund specializing in S&P 500 Futures and Options products. Their systematic and proprietary rules-based investing program touts competitive returns relative to the S&P 500 Index with lower volatility and drawdowns, which is the fund’s goal. Kell…
 
Do you have a criminal from your family's past that you've always wanted to learn more about, but don't know where to start? On this special episode of Most Notorious, prolific British author Stephen Wade offers helpful tips on how to maneuver through what can be both a daunting and thrilling experience - digging up sordid details of long-lost vill…
 
Of all of the Jack the Ripper suspects, Montague Druitt is the most maligned in modern times, my guests argue, despite the fact that many of his contemporaries believed him to be the murderer of the Canonical Five before drowning himself in the Thames. Jonathan Hainsworth and Christine Ward-Agius are the authors of "The Escape of Jack the Ripper: T…
 
The Cherry Mine in Cherry, Illinois was built to be one of the safest in the United States. However on November 13th, 1909, it caught fire, killing 259 boys and men who were trapped inside, hundreds of feet below ground. A few miners eventually escaped - and later told the tale of their experiences battling darkness, thirst, fire and the ominous "B…
 
Roanoke Island is host every year to the famous "Lost Colony" outdoor drama. It was during the 1967 production that a young makeup artist named Brenda Joyce Holland went missing - her body eventually discovered floating in Albemarle Sound. A murder investigation ensued, with important evidence being mishandled and a slew of suspects to sort through…
 
What do the world’s best professional athletes, poker players, and traders have in common? They’ve each developed a Mental Game to support performance at the highest level. In this webinar, we are joined by Jared Tendler, a performance coach revered across multiple disciplines. Jared works with some of the world’s leading poker players, traders, pr…
 
On the evening of December 23rd 1881, three teenagers, alone in a farmhouse in Ashland Kentucky, were savagely murdered and the house set afire to cover the crime. What followed would be an investigation, trials, a lynching, and a massacre of Ashland citizens by state militia, in this fascinating and tragic series of events. My guest is Joe Castle,…
 
My special guests this episode are Dr Jesus Rosales-Ruiz and Mary Hunter. As hosts of the Art and Science of Animal Training Conference, they bring together behavior scientists and animal trainers to inspire both communities and elevate the conversation. The theme of the most recent conference was negative reinforcement. In this podcast we revisit …
 
At the tail end of World War Two, a serial killer named James Waybern "Red" Hall, stalked the roads of Arkansas, Kansas and other middle American states, remorselessly murdering kind people who made the unfortunate decision to offer him a ride. My guest, Janie Nesbitt Jones, is the author of “The Arkansas Hitchhike Killer: James Waybern ‘Red’ Hall.…
 
When sheriff's deputies arrived at David and Allene Lamson's Palo Alto home on Memorial Day, 1933, they found David frantic over what he said was a terrible accident in their bathroom. Allene, he explained, had slipped when getting out of the bathtub and bashed her head on the sink, resulting in her death. Investigators, however, believed something…
 
Traders must evolve with the market and this includes having to diversify the product/instrument that we trade. Our focus during this session: Do we need to add an instrument or should we replace the one we already trade? What parameters can we define to select a new product to trade? Will a new product fit our risk profile and account size? What a…
 
In November of 1912, a young woman named Ella Barham journeyed home, on her horse, to her family farm in Boone County, Arkansas, but never arrived. After her body was discovered, murdered and dismembered, suspicions quickly centered on a neighbor, Odus Davidson, who was rumored to have been in love with Ella, a love never returned. My guest, Nita G…
 
Constructional Aggression Treatment, also known as CAT, first debuted in the animal training community in 2007 when Kellie Snider made the procedure the focus of her thesis. Since then it has been fine tuned, practiced, applied and successfully replicated countless of times with a wide variety of species. Kellie and I discuss what inspired her stud…
 
Imprisoned in a Turkish war camp during WW1, two British officers pull off an unbelievable con against their captors involving a Ouija board, an angry ghost and feigned madness - leading to a truly astonishing escape. My guest is bestselling author Margalit Fox, author of "Confidence Men: How Two Prisoners of War Engineered the Most Remarkable Esca…
 
Albert Johnson is famous in Canadian crime history for leading Mounties on a sensational and deadly chase through the Yukon and Northwest Territories during the winter of 1931-32. How he managed to elude police over hundreds of kilometers in subzero temperatures through a mountainous wilderness is as much a mystery as his real identity. To this day…
 
Most of us are familiar with the critically acclaimed film called Catch Me If You Can, based on the autobiography of legendary confidence man Frank Abagnale. It's the story of a brazen teenage imposter who through charm and intellect was able to pass as an attorney, a doctor, a pilot and a university professor in the late 1960s and early 1970s. My …
 
Are you aware that many of the beliefs you hold about other people are mainly the result of stereotypes that you have gathered over the years from family, friends, media and in other unexpected ways. However, the answer to breaking down these stereotypes is actually easier than we think. That’s what we’re going to talk about today. Exchange Quotes:…
 
What are the costs of the past year in your life? How much have you lost? Income? A job? Freedom? Social functions on the calendar? Vacations? Celebrations? Maybe pets or people you cared about? This pandemic has taken a lot from us all. But what has it left you with? That’s our topic for today. Exchange Quotes: “Taking chances is scary but there i…
 
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