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  • 00:40:04

    Dylankvinnorna del 1. Hur har kvinnor påverkat Bob Dylan?

    · Tollans musikaliska

    Det första av två program som sätter fokus på de kvinnliga konstnärer som influerats av, älskat och inspirerat Bob Dylan, nobelpristagaren i litteratur 2016. Och några av dem som han älskat tillbaka. 2016 fick Bob Dylan Nobelpriset i litteratur för sina texter med motiveringen: Bob Dylan har skapat nya poetiska uttryck inom den stora amerikanska sångtraditionen. Dylans personliga upplevelser och relationer bildar underlag till många av hans närmare 600 texter. Han har gjort stor musikalisk konst av flera av sina misslyckade kärleksrelationer till kvinnor. Hur påverkade kvinnor Bob Dylans uppväxt? Vilka av hans låtar handlar om vilka kvinnor? Svaret får ni i Dylankvinnorna. Vi mixar Dylan med Sapfo och hör honom sjunga duett med sin hemliga, afroamerikanska hustru Carolyn Dennis. - Jag tycker mycket om hans personliga, nakna och raka beskrivningar i kärlekssångerna och hans ofta knöliga sätt att frasera. Precis som i opera är musiken i symbios med texten hos Bob Dylan, säger dramatikern, författaren och librettisten Kerstin Perski. Lena Åberg Frisk, vd för Uppsala Konsert & Kongress, är däremot kluven till Dylans kärlekslyrik. - Det jag hör är en man som kanske inte riktigt, kommer nära kvinnor. Liksom Dante i Divina Comedia inte skildrar sin älskade Beatrices känslor så handlar Dylans kärlekstexter enbart om Dylans egna känslor. Jag kände mig som ung kvinna inte inbjuden, säger Lena Åberg Frisk. - Jag vet inte hur mycket det betydde musikaliskt, men jag såg musikern och aktivisten Joan Baez vid Bob Dylans sida, och det fanns nånting tilltalande i det. Hon var väldigt vacker med det långa, svarta håret, som en indian på något sätt. Det var lite Yoko och John över dem. Jag tänkte att om man kan ha en sån vacker, klok kvinna vid sin sida så måste man vara en hyfsad människa, säger Ebba Forsberg, sångerska och kompositör, som spelat in flera av Bob Dylans låtar på skiva. I Dylankvinnorna del 1 möter vi även Maria Lindström singer/songwriter, poet och sångerska. Dessutom Henrietta Hulthén, som under många år varit producent och dramaturg på Sveriges Radio. I programmet presenteras musik av de afroamerikanska musikkvinnor som haft stor betydelse för Bob Dylan som artist och människa, bland andra Odetta Holmes, Victoria Spivey och Delores Dixon. Sångerskan, gtiarristen och medborgarrättsaktivisten Odetta framför sin fantastiska tolkning av Bob Dylans Masters of War som finns med på denna etablerade folkmusikers platta Odetta Sings Dylan från 1965. Det var den andra hela skivan någonsin med Dylan-covers. Den första spelades in 1964 av Linda Mason med titeln How Many Seas Must A White Dove Sail. Vi lyssnar även på spännande Dylan-tolkningar av andra kvinnliga artister som Karen Dalton, Abbey Lincoln, Joan Baez, Nina Simone, Miriam Makeba, Madeleine Peyroux, Hart Rouge och punkgruppen Malaria från Berlin.   Låtlista: JUST LIKE A WOMAN Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 512352 6    MISTER TAMBOURINE MAN Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Abbey Lincoln/ Julien Lourau/ Marc Cary/ Michael Bowie/ Aaron Walker VERVE 00383, 533 559-2   4TH TIME AROUND Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 512352 6   RESTLESS FAREWELL Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, COL 519892 2   DESOLATION ROW Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 512351 6   IF NOT FOR YOU Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 88697 08230 2   BOOTS OF SPANISH LEATHER Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Joan Baez VANGUARD 000381, VCD-79306/7   DIEU A NOS COTES Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan. Pierre Delanoe/ Hugues Aufray Hart Rouge RED HOUSE 020937, RHR CD 154   LOVE IS JUST A FOUR LETTER-WORD Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Joan Baez A&M 00485, 540 502-2   IT AIN'T ME BABE Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan/ Joan Baez COLUMBIA 000149, COL 512358 2   VISIONS OF JOHANNA Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 512352 6   HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 512351 6   DIAMONDS AND RUST Joan Baez, Joan Baez Joan Baez A&M 00485, 540 501-2   OH SISTER Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan/ Jacques Levy Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 512345 6   BLOWIN' IN THE WIND Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan New World Singers Delores Dixon SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS 14631, SFW CD 40197   NO MORE AUCTION BLOCK Trad, Bob Dylan Trad Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, COL 488100 2   NO MORE AUCTION BLOCK FOR ME Trad från USA, Trad från USA Odetta/ Bill Lee/ The Church Of The Master VANGUARD 00381, 79522-2   MASTERS OF WAR Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Odetta SONY 16936, MASTERS OF WAR 2000   JUST LIKE A WOMAN Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 512352 6   COME BACK BABY Trad från USA, Trad från USA Carolyn Hester/ Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000162, I'LL FLY AWAY 1994   GRANT SPIVEY Victoria Spivey, Victoria Spivey Victoria Spivey/ Willie Dixon/ Bill Stepney L+R 01998, CDLR 42023   IT HURTS ME TOO Meldon London, Meldon London Karen Dalton MEGAPHONE MUSIC 21722, CDMEGA 10   WIGGLE WIGGLE Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 467 188 2   NEVER GONNA BE THE SAME AGAIN Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan/ Carol Dennis/ Syd Mcguiness/ Alan Clark/ Richard Scher/ Robbie Shakespeare/ Sly Dunbar COLUMBIA 000149, 467840 2   YOU'RE GONNA MAKE ME LONESOME WHEN YOU GO  Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Madeleine Peyroux ROUNDER RECORDS 03719, 982 358-3   LAY LADY LAY Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Malaria MONIKA ENTERPRISE 027641, CHEERIO 1993   SARA Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 512345 6

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  • 00:43:59

    Dylankvinnorna del 2. Hur har Bob Dylan påverkat kvinnor?

    · Tollans musikaliska

    Det andra av två program som sätter fokus på de kvinnliga konstnärer som influerats av, älskat och inspirerat Bob Dylan, nobelpristagaren i litteratur 2016. Och några av dem som han älskat tillbaka. 2016 fick Bob Dylan Nobelpriset i litteratur för sina texter med motiveringen: Bob Dylan har skapat nya poetiska uttryck inom den stora amerikanska sångtraditionen. - Det var Bob Dylan som kunde artikulera och förklara vad det var som gjorde att vi var unika som människor. Man kunde själva bestämma vem man ville vara och vilka uttryck man kunde använda. Man kunde sjunga på vilket sätt man ville och man kunde faktiskt tycka vad man ville också, berättar Henrietta Hulthén, dramaturg och radioproducent. - Det är ju också någonting som gör att alla de här kvinnorna har velat tolka Dylan. Det är som att kvinnorna lyfter fram det sensuella, de hittar i sina tolkningar skimret i Bob Dylans ganska banala musik. Kvinnorna blir hans språkrör och det är fantastiskt, säger Lena Åberg Frisk, vd för Uppsala Konsert & Kongress. - För att finna min egen identitet fantiserade jag om hur Bob Dylan skulle klä sig om han var kvinna, berättar sångerskan och kompositören Ebba Forsberg, som tolkat Bob Dylan på svenska på skivor och scen. - Jag var 12 år och skrev Bob Dylan på mina basketskor. Texterna förstod jag inte alltid. I want you fattade man ju, men kanske inte: drunken politician leaps upon the streets where mother weap the saviours, where fast asleep they wait for you, men när han kommer till wait for you så kvittar det vad han har sagt innan på något sätt, säger poeten och sångerskan Maria Lindström, som framför Bob Dylans låt Buckets of Rain i intervjustudion. - Både Bob Dylans ord och hans musik gav oss en känsla av att allt var möjligt och att framtiden låg där full av löften om förändring och frigörelse, säger Elisabeth Møller Jensen, författare, tidigare vd för Kvinfo i Köpenhamn.   Låtlista: SHE BELONGS TO ME Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 512353 6   THULASIZWE Trad från Sydafrika, Bob Dylan Trad från Sydafrika Miriam Makeba WRASSE RECORDS 024210, WRASS 062   THULASIZWE Trad från Sydafrika, Bob Dylan Trad från Sydafrika Miriam Makeba WRASSE RECORDS 024210, WRASS 062   BABY BLUE Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Titiyo/ El Rojo Adios/ Andreas Söderström WARNER BROS 000392, SELEA9404013/SEYTP1200108   FÖR ATT JAG ÄLSKAR DEJ Bob Dylan, Mikael Wiehe Ebba Forsberg RHINO RECORDS 05222, 5051442-5584-2-5   MEN BARA OM MIN ÄLSKADE VÄNTAR Bob Dylan, Ulf Dageby Ebba Forsberg RHINO RECORDS 05222, 5051442-5584-2-5   JUST LIKE A WOMAN Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Nina Simone ARIOLA EXPRESS 15283, 295 055   JUST LIKE A WOMAN Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Nina Simone ARIOLA EXPRESS 15283, 295 055   LEOPARD-SKIN PILL-BOX HAT Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 512352 6   WITH GOD ON OUR SIDE Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Joan Baez VANGUARD 000381, VCD-113/14   BALLAD OF A THIN MAN Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 512351 6   FOREVER YOUNG Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Rebecca Nyamane/ Soweto Gospel Choir/ David Mulovhedzi SHANACHIE 05719, SHA 66040   SHE BELONGS TO ME Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 00149, 512353 6   I WANT YOU Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 512352 6   THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN' Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Nina Simone ELEKTRA 000192, 8122-79999-0   SAD EYED LADY OF THE LOWLANDS Bob Dylan Bob Dylan Bob Dylan COLUMBIA 000149, 512352 6    ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Joan Baez VANGUARD 000381, VCD-79306/7   A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Patti Smith Live   CLOTHES LINE SAGA Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan The Roches RED HOUSE 020937, RHR CD 154   I WANT YOU Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Ximena Sarinana AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 034621, 081797401001   Buckets of Rain Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan Maria Lindström Live

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  • 00:35:47

    Musiken har ordet 1: Bob Hansson och Paula af Malmborg Ward. Ett samarbete mellan poeten och tonsättaren.

    · Tollans musikaliska

    Paula af Malmborg Ward fascineras av auruan i Bob Hanssons ord Klarspråkssaknad och Människogrönska. - I Bobs vackra ord ingår både ljus och mörker. Hans dikter förmedlar framtidshopp, säger Paula. Hur fungerar samarbetet mellan den levande poeten och den levande tonsättaren? Vad är viktigt när en kompositör sätter musik till en text? Hur respektlös och egensinnig kan man vara mot en given text? I första programmet i serien "Musiken har ordet" hör vi Mozarts g-mollsymfoni med nyskriven text av den amerikanske rockpoeten Neill Furio. Även Chopin är en mycket sångbar tonsättare. Hör Chopins Pianoetyd nr 3 både med Lang Lang och i världsmusiktappning med Maria Pomianowski och vänner. Vi möter även estradpoeten och författaren Bob Hansson och tonsättaren Paula af Malmborg Ward, som självsvåldigt använde Hanssons dikter i sitt verk För att skälva, för Helsingborgs Symfoniorkester och kör. I hans dikt är hela frasen: För att skälva krävs det närhet. -In the beginning is the word! Hela tiden. Ibland känner jag mig mer som ordmänniska än som musikmänniska. Så musiken har definitivt ordet, erkänner Paula af Malmborg Ward. Hon har använt dikter ur Bob Hanssons diktsamling Heja världen och fascineras av auran kring ord som Klarspråkssaknad, Mjuksandssångare och Människogrönska. -Jag har fragmentiserat Bob Hansson. Satt in honom i min musikaliska kontext. Han är väldigt formsäker men formen styr inte utan dikterna har en hög halt av innehåll. Han använder vackra ord, där både ljus och mörker ingår. Bob är en sann filantrop som tror på människan och jag valde hans dikter för att förmedla ett framtidshopp, förklarar Paula af Malmborg Ward. -Det var väldigt rörande när jag fick lyssna på det Paula berättar om vad som händer i henne av ordet Klarspråkssaknad och jag blev upprymd av att höra en intelligent människa som verkligen har grunnat på detta lilla ord. Det är jättenajs!, tycker Bob Hansson Bob Hansson hör inte sin text riktigt när kören sjunger, men upplever det storslagna ändå. - Det är väl därför det är skillnad på en kör och en nyhetsuppläsare. Ha ha ha, skrattar Bob Hansson. Jag tycker det lyriska ordet passar väldigt bra till musik. Det lyriska ordet är inte logiskt som annat språk: Kan du räcka mig mjölken? Ja, det kan jag! Det lyriska språket är bara skenbart ett språk, förklarar Bob Hansson. Bob Hansson har arbetat med många musiker och kompositörer, men där han själv reciterat orden. Mest med Institutet för höghastighetskonst och Kenneth Cosimo. Bob Hansson kommer från arbetarklassen, är son till en kallskänka och går aldrig på konserthus för att lyssna på musik. -Jag inser nu att både jag och mamma har gjort varsin klassresa. Jag genom sina framgångar som diktare och författare och mamma genom att ha abonnemang i Helsingborgs Konserthus, där mina dikter uppfördes till Paula af Malmborgs musik när Helsingborgs Symfoniorkester firade 100-årsjubileum i februari 2012, berättar Bob Hansson. Paula af Malmborg Wards Hittekvinnan handlar om drivkraften att skapa, om att som kvinna hindras av normer och konventioner om ofrihet, ångest, uppbrott - men också om att dansa, dansa, dansa. Hittekvinnan vann första pris i radiotävlingen Prix Italia 2006. Musik och manus Paula af Malmborg Ward efter fem romaner av Kerstin Thorvall. 2006 fick Paula af Malmborg Ward Carin Malmlöf-Forsslings pris. Paula af Malmborg Wards hemsida: http://www.upward.se  Om Paula af Malmborg Ward hos Föreningen svenska tonsättare: http://fst.se/tonsattare/paula-af-malmborg-ward   Sveriges Radios Novellpris gick 2010 till författaren och estradpoeten Bob Hansson för novellen Till mamma. Bob Hanssons hemsida: http://www.bobhansson.se/Bob_Hansson/Bob_Hansson.html Bob Hansson, Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/bobhansson Bob Hanssons musik http://www.highspeedart.com/music/bob-svensk-musik.html     Spellista: Crepuscolo Oscar Bianchi Anna Petrini, kontrabas-blockflöjt Crepuscolo Works for the Paetzold Contrabass Recorder dB Productions dBCD143   Call To Arms Original titel_ Symfoni nr. 40 i g mol, K. 550_ 1. Allegro Molto Mozart. Neill Cardinal Furio. Privat inspelning   Chopin Vals För Piano Nr 7 Ciss-Moll Op 64_2 Garrick Ohlsson The Complete Chopin Piano Works Vol. 7 ~ Waltzes   Etyd for piano nr 3 e-dur op 10_3 Lang Lang   Etyd for piano nr 3 e-dur op 10_3 (arr) - Maria Pomianowska Maria Pomianowski and friends Chopin on 5 continents   Gud Kenneth Cosimo, musik. Bob Hansson, lyrik Kör Solen Kör   För att skälva Paula af Malmborg Ward, musik. Bob Hansson, text Helsingborgs Symfoniorkester. Helsingborgs konserhuskör och solister SR P2 Live Klassiskt   Heja Världen Kenneth Cosimo, musik. Bob Hansson, text. Kör Solen Kör   För att skälva Paula af Malmborg Ward, musik. Bob Hansson, text Helsingborgs Symfoniorkester. Helsingborgs konserhuskör och solister SR P2 Live Klassiskt   Andas Kenneth Cosimo, musik. Bob Hansson, text. Kör Solen Kör   För att skälva Paula af Malmborg Ward, musik. Bob Hansson, text Helsingborgs Symfoniorkester. Helsingborgs konserhuskör och solister SR P2 Live Klassiskt

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  • 00:30:01

    176: Know Your Value So You Can Provide Maximum Value to Others with Bob Burg

    · She's Building Her Empire: Female Entrepreneurs | Women in Business | Online Marketing | Management | Productivity | Launching

    If you're having some difficulty understanding the difference between your real value and the price that you're charging, you will really gain a lot from today's show. Stacy's guest, Bob Burg, is a best-selling author and a speaker. He has written a number of books on sales, marketing and influence and today he explains the importance of knowing this, as well as giving you a lot of other, really valuable advice. Listen in today, to what Bob has to tell you about knowing your true value and also about giving value to others.   Bob's total book sales have already reached over a million, with the book The Go Giver having been particularly successful. Stacy says that even if you take away only one golden nugget from Bob on today's show, it's going to really be worth listening to, so tune in now, to hear what Bob has for you.   Some highlights include:   “Sometimes, with entrepreneurs, there's a tendency to under value yourself.” From minute 1:45, Bob talks about price and value and why it's so important to understand the difference between the two. “The basic premise of The Go Giver is simply shifting your focus from getting to giving.” From minute 2:12, Bob talks about shifting your focus from getting to giving. “We should absolutely trying to please others, and as a result, we profit.” At minute 2:47, Bob explains how pleasing others ties into our human nature, as well as into pre-market economics, so we will naturally profit, as a result. “Let's talk about the difference between price and value, because understanding it is what allows us to charge what we should be charging. From minute 3:16, Bob explains about charging what you should be charging and feeling great about it. “Price is finite, but value can be both concrete, in terms of that $5000 saving, but it can also be conceptual, in terms of the peace of mind that she's providing.” At minute 5:27, Bob explains the difference between price and value, as in the example that he used. “ In a free market exchange, the main characteristic of such an exchange is that both parties, the buyer and the seller, come away from the transaction better off.” From minute 6:17, Bob explains the basics of The Law of Value. “When you sell on high value, you're a resource.” At minute 6.59, Bob explains about selling on high value. “Sometimes it's so great to work with a coach.” From minute 7:59, Bob explains about the value of working with a coach. “Someone gave me some advice that changed the whole way I did business.” From minute 9:20, Bob talks about the advice that changed the way he did business. “So many people think that selling is about trying to convince someone to buy something they don't want or need.” From minute 11:48, Bob talks about common misconceptions about selling and sets things straight with the truth about it. “In other words, it's the lack of emotional attachment.” From minute 13:45, Bob explains about emotional posture. “Asking if something will make money, like you said, is a great question, it's just a bad first question.” From minute 19:08, Bob explains why asking if something will make money is a bad question to ask first. “If it will serve, the money will be a result.” At minute 21.03, Bob talks about serving as a priority. “We always have to realise that we operate unconsciously, based on our own unconscious beliefs.” From minute 22:20, Bob talks about our unconscious beliefs and how they can affect our views about others. “If it's a matter of an actual coach that we're hiring...” From minute 23:30, Bob and Stacy explain what you should look for in a coach.   Links: Bob's website: www.thegogiver.com

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  • 00:32:09

    WOF 028: Bob Dylan, Poet and Prophet

    · The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture

    Bob Dylan is one of the most spiritually interesting songwriters of our generation. In today's episode, Bishop Barron reflects on some of Dylan's best-known hits to show how they subtlety put Biblical themes on display. A listener wonders if Bishop Barron has any tips on how to evangelize in a secular workspace. Topics Discussed 0:17  - Bishop Barron at the Bob Dylan concert last weekend 2:40 - Can Bob Dylan serve as a gateway to God? 4:45 - Who is Bob Dylan? 8:32 - Why Bob Dylan is best read as a spiritual poet 10:11 - Bob Dylan's religious views 12:17 - Biblical elements of Blowin' in the Wind 15:39 - Bishop Barron on Like a Rolling Stone 21:41 - Bob Dylan and the Resurrection 22:10 - All Along the Watchtower and the Book of Isaiah 26:41 - Finding Jesus in Dylan's Make You Feel My Love 28:43 - Question from listener: How can we evangelize in a secular workspace? Bonus Resources Videos Reflections on Bob Dylan (Bishop Barron) Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower" (Bishop Barron) Reflections on Bob Dylan in China (Bishop Barron) Keith Richards, Bob Dylan, and the New Evangelization (Bishop Barron) Articles "Bob Dylan in China" (Bishop Barron) Bob Dylan Songs Blowin' in the Wind (read lyrics) Like a Rolling Stone (read lyrics) All Along the Watchtower (read lyrics) Make You Feel My Love (read lyrics)   Find bonus links and resources for this episode at http://WordOnFireShow.com and be sure to submit your questions at http://AskBishopBarron.

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  • 00:32:57

    If You Die Tomorrow: Do You Need a Will?

    · The Legal Seagull: Law | Litigation | Self-Help | Legal History

    If you died tomorrow without a will, who would inherit your assets? Who would be your children's guardian? What would happen to your remains and who would carry out that unenviable task? How would your debt and final expenses be paid? Do you really need a will, even if you're broke? What if you just want everything to go to your spouse? Our guest in this episode is trusts and estates attorney Adam Becker. Adam answers all these questions—and more—to help you plan for the inevitable. What is a will? NL: Let’s start with the basics. What is a will? AB: A will is a legal document that lets you decide who gets what, and at what time after you’ve passed away. NL: What other terms are there for a will? AB: Sometimes you’ll hear people refer to a living will. That is a different document that has more to do with healthcare decisions. You will also hear people refer to a trust, and there is a lot of confusion sometimes between what is a will, and what is a trust. The truth is that they’re related documents that usually work together. NL: You mentioned living wills. What is it called when you simply have a will that deals with your assets, and what will happen to them when you die? AB: We’d probably call that a testamentary will. That just means when you die there’s this piece of paper that tells people: “Here’s what I want done when I die. Who gets my assets, who is in charge of giving away those assets, who is going to look out for my children,” that’s a guardian named in a will. That’s what you typically would think of in a will that you might see in a movie or in a TV show. Who needs a will? . . . AB: Anybody who has assets needs a will, and certainly anyone who has children needs a will. NL: A lot of people . . . have said to me, “well I’m broke, I don’t have anything to give.” Or they’ll say, “I don’t care, I want my wife to get everything.” Would you agree that if you’re broke—or if you’re married—you don’t need a will? AB: No. I think nowadays there are online services that can do a good job of providing just a will very cheaply. Surprisingly, you can also write out your own will. I’ll speak for the State of California where I practice. If you take a piece of paper, and in your own handwriting write it, date it, and sign it, that is a legal document that would express who gets what when you pass away. Now, there’s drawbacks to doing things by yourself, and writing things out can often have mistakes, but I would say it’s better than nothing in some cases. Bank account beneficiaries NL: Specifically, for people who just want their spouse to inherit everything they have, do you think it’s important for those people to draft wills? AB: Well, there are ways around a will. For example, a bank account. I can name my spouse on my bank account, or as the beneficiary of the bank account. Then, when I die, she just shows up with my death certificate and claims the assets. So, we didn’t need a will in order to transfer that asset. I could put her on the deed to my house. I can get around having a will if I want to give everything to my spouse. But if I have other people that I want to make distributions to, or if I forget one of those assets, I forget to put her on one of those assets, then I will wish that I had a will, because that can transfer to her after I die. NL: What happens if there’s a conflict between the person you listed as your beneficiary, and your bank account, and what’s written in your will? I can’t remember who I listed for my bank accounts. I hope it’s you Olivia, but I probably need to go back and check. OL: You’re in big trouble if it’s not! AB: That’s a more complicated question, but I tell people to look out for this all the time. We draft a will, then the next step is to make sure that all our beneficiary designations line up with what we’ve said in the will. Because if there is a difference [and] that company that has the beneficiary designation on file, they are going to get the death certificate when you die, and they are going to say, “Sorry Neer, it says here that your mother is supposed to get this asset. Either go to court and tell us otherwise, or we’re paying this to your mother.” Preparing a will . . . AB: Like I mentioned earlier, there are online services that would help you to prepare a will. Usually they have a series of questions that you answer, and it fills out a will for you, so that would be one way.  There are good wills that you can get online. [In California and some other states], you can also write a will yourself in your own handwriting, or you can go to an attorney, and have an attorney assist you through the process of preparing a will, or an estate plan. NL: When should you consider getting an attorney, versus . . . going to one of these online services, or getting a “fill-in-the-blank” printed form? AB: If you have children, I would certainly want to run my will by an attorney to make sure it was done correctly; to make sure that they are going to be taken care of by the people that you use; and, that the assets are going to get to them in the way that you want. If you have substantial assets, and by that I think I would say anything over $150,000, I’d want an attorney to review it. But I know a lot of attorneys who will just prepare a will for a very reasonable price, not much different from what you could pay for it online. The importance of wills for blended families NL: Let’s talk a bit about blended families where you have children that are the children of both people in the relationship, and then maybe they have children from prior marriages, or prior relationships . . . I want to bring up a hypothetical to illustrate, and flesh out these issues . . . Bob doesn’t have a will. Bob is married to Heather. They have two children together, and Bob has two children from a prior marriage. Bob would like everything to go to his wife, and he figures that’s what will happen. If Bob gets run over and killed by an ice cream truck tomorrow, what happens to his assets without a will? AB: So, Bob is married, but he’s got two children from a different marriage, and two children with Heather. If he dies tomorrow and he’s living in California, which is where I practice, everything would not go to his wife, Heather. Some people would be surprised to learn that. No will is there, so he can’t say who gets what. California law says that one-third of his assets would go to his wife, and two-thirds would go to his other children. NL: That’s clearly not what he intended for here . . . Assuming he had drafted a will, how could this have prevented the problem? AB: With a will, he could choose who gets what in any amount that he wants. Now, there’s some complications with community property and separate property. But just keeping things very simple, in a will, Bob gets to say “This is who I want to have my assets—and here’s the way in which I want them to get them.” Concerns involving minor children and young adults NL: Does the age of the children make a difference as far as planning whether or not you should get a will, and what the will should provide? AB: It certainly does. If you have minor children, they can’t receive the assets until they’re 18 years old. Someone can pay for them, and provide for their needs, but they can’t get the assets until they’re 18 . . . I have a friend I was speaking with, and he told me this story of a client of his who came to him and said, “My son is the beneficiary of a wrongful death lawsuit. His mother had passed away when he was very young because she had been hit by a driver, a city employee who was drunk.” They settled the lawsuit, and now he was going to inherit from the city a couple million dollars. He said, “My son is 17 and a half, and I don’t want him getting all this money, what can we do?” Well, sadly, there’s nothing you can do. The child is going to get that money, because the contract is between the city and the child. But my friend said, “I met with [the father and child] in the hopes of convincing the child to put some of these assets into a trust, or some other vehicle where the money wouldn’t be spent. Because who wants their 18-year-old to receive a couple million dollars? So he said, “I met with him, and we convinced him the right thing to do was to put this money up in a trust until he’s at least age 25. But his education would be paid for, his health would be paid for, if he needed money for groceries and things like that, that would be available. But he wouldn’t touch the money until he’s at least 25.” At the end of their meeting [the son] said, “Okay dad, that sounds like a good idea, except I want to keep enough money to buy a condo in Vegas and a Ferrari.” That illustrates to our clients why receiving a lot of money at a young age is usually not a good idea for children. NL: In effect, what you’re saying is that sometimes you want to protect your kids from themselves? AB: Correct. I always talk about two types of creditors with clients. One, up to a certain age,  you want to protect people from themselves—they are their own worst creditor. Then, generally after a certain point, we’re worried about other outside creditors, and there’s ways we can help protect against those. But most people agree that until some age, 25, 30, 35, children are going to need guidance in how their money is spent, and you can set that up with the use of estate planning documents. . . . Making sure your wishes are carried out NL: Let’s say that: Bob’s son, Bobby Jr. . . from a prior relationship . . . [and Heather] have an on-and-off-again relationship—a very tense relationship—because Bobby Jr. and Heather just don’t get along. Bob really wants to make sure that Bobby Jr. is taken care of. What can he do as far as planning, crafting a will that will protect Bobby Jr., and make sure that he gets some money as well? AB: This is a common question that I hear from persons in a blended marriage, where they have children from a prior relationship. They say, “Adam, how do I take care of my children from that first relationship. I know my spouse . . . [is] not going to take care of them after I go . . . what do I do to provide for them?” There’s a couple things you can do. First, you could give assets directly to those children when you die. So, in your will, you would say, “Upon my death, Bobby Jr. gets X.” But unless you have a lot of money, oftentimes those assets are going to be needed for your spouse. You could give the assets to your spouse, and just hope that she does the right thing in this scenario and gives them to Bobby Jr., but in my experience, that doesn’t usually happen. Other “good reasons” come up for why Bobby Jr. doesn’t need that money anymore. I’ve found that a simple solution can sometimes be a little bit of life insurance. You buy some life insurance, name Bobby Jr. as the beneficiary upon your death. If you want to be a little more sophisticated you’d put that into an insurance trust. Then, when you die, that money is there for Bobby Jr., and he gets it, he’s paid out. The second spouse can go her way, and provide for your joint children as she sees best. Wills and trusts: What is the difference? . . . AB: A will is just a piece of paper until you die. One of the big differences between a will and a trust is that a will is only effective upon your death. A trust, on the other hand, can be created while you’re alive. It’s created by transferring assets (like a bank account or the title to your home) to the name of the trust. Now it’s funded, it’s called a living trust because it works while you’re alive. A good reason why you might want a will while you’re alive is if you become incapacitated. Then, somebody you’ve named in the trust, called a trustee, can step in and manage your assets for you in the event you’re incapacitated, you’re in a coma. Who can manage the family business, who could sell your home, who could cash out bank accounts, who could provide for you and your family if you’re not able to do that, that’s a trustee. If you just have a will, we have to wait until you die until we can step in and manage those assets. Who makes your medical and financial decisions when you are incapacitated? NL: If instead of dying, Bob ends up in a coma or a vegetative state, what happens? Who makes the decisions for him if he didn’t have a will? AB: . . . If he had a power of attorney that would let somebody act on his behalf in financial matters. If he had a healthcare directive in California they could make decisions for his healthcare. But if he doesn’t have any of those things then somebody is going to have to go to court to get what’s called a conservatorship. It’s expensive, and there’s fees. You’ve got to pay the attorney, pay the court, you’ve got to pay an accountant maybe to prepare an accounting of his assets. A conservatorship would then allow somebody to act on Bob’s behalf, to now make financial decisions, and decisions about his person, about his body, what happens, what kind of healthcare is he going to receive . . . We wish he would have had a power of attorney document, or a healthcare directive, or even a trust to manage his assets. NL: It seems that whatever money he saved by not drafting a will is now going to cost his family a lot to hire an attorney, and go through this conservatorship procedure—which is not cheap—so it does seem that even though a will is an investment, you’re saving money later on, or saving money for your family in the event that something goes wrong. AB: Definitely. You’re also saving frustration, from having to wait on the conservatorship to be approved. You’re saving time, and making it much easier for your family to provide for you if you do become vegetative. You’re making it much easier for your family to provide for you if you are in a coma. NL: How long does it take for you to establish a conservatorship, and what happens to Bob in the meantime? I mean, he’s chilling in the hospital bed. AB: If everyone gets along, the procedure shouldn’t take too long. But in our scenario, where we had Heather and Bobby Jr., who were at odds with one another, if Bobby Jr. is going to contest this conservatorship, to say that he’s in a better position to care for his father, then [Heather], who is now looking around or something like that, it could take quite a while to resolve this conservatorship matter. So again, if Bob had set these things up ahead of time, there wouldn’t be that issue facing the family. Planning for end-of-life care and decision-making NL: Do you want to be kept alive artificially? Do you want your heart to be restarted? Can you talk a bit about what important end-of-life decisions one might want to take into account, and how a will can provide for that? AB: There’s a lot of important end of life decisions. But I think there’s generally three big ones that people are concerned with the most. First, what do you want to have happen with your remains? Are you going to be cremated? Are you going to be buried? Do you have specific instructions? I had a friend tell me one time he wanted to be cremated, but then I was to take his ashes and scatter them in center field of Dodger Stadium, to which I laughed. I definitely don’t think that’s possible, but those are the directions he wanted. [Second] is organ donation. You can say in advance, especially if you’re younger and healthy, “If I die, I want my organs to be donated.” Now, your family doesn’t have to make that decision. Is that something they object to, they would want to do on your behalf? You can just tell them ahead of time. Third, the end-of-life choice. Do you want to be kept alive as long as possible? Do you want to have your life taken off of life support as soon as they can? Or, like you mentioned, do you have other specific measures? “I want to receive water—but not food.” “I want painkillers—but not something else” All of that you can spell out in a healthcare directive so your family doesn’t have to try and figure it out. What do you want done with your remains (e.g., burial, cremation, organ donation, etc.) NL: When it comes to the remains that’s also something to consider. Because I, for example, don’t care. If there’s anything that can help someone—whether it’s my eyeballs, corneas, ears, heart—they are welcome to take it. But I totally understand—and I respect—that for a lot of people, there’s parts of their body that are very personal, and that they wouldn’t want to give up. There are obviously the eyes and facial features. They do facial transplants now, and that could be very weird for your family, or uncomfortable knowing that your face is on another person. Likewise, for people who have experienced horrific accidents, they have genital transplantations, which I think most people would find kind of weird and would want to make a specification either way in their will. So, I think that’s definitely something you want to include as well, as far as what should be donated, and what should they not take from you. AB: In a living will, or a healthcare directive, you can be as specific, or as broad as you want. You can just say simply “I agree to all organ donation,” and now your family gets to make those decisions. Or, you can say, “I agree to organ donation, but I want to keep my eyes, and a few other parts too.” So, ahead of time, you can tell your family what you’d like done. We were saying during a break, I think it was Olivia, one of the important things is not to have any surprises. You don’t want to surprise your family with any strange requests once you’ve passed away. NL: Too late for that, my will is drafted. Actually, Adam, I wanted to ask you . . . You did the will for Olivia and I, and I recall there being a conversation about what parts of the body to donate. Olivia specifically… OL: Your heart belongs to me! NL: Okay. Well, what I was thinking was that I recall [Olivia] saying that [she] didn’t want [her] brain transplanted into another person. Adam, is that a real thing? Can they do brain transplants yet? If you don’t want to get in the middle of this lover’s quarrel, I completely understand. AB: Well, Neer, I don’t know if Olivia is going to want your brain, but whether or not they can do a brain transplant, you’d have to speak with a neurologist. To answer it from the legal perspective, you can put whatever restrictions you want into your healthcare directive. NL: . . . Let’s get back to Bob quickly. Let’s kill Bob again . . . he’s dead and now there’s no will, so there’s no provision as to what should be done with his remains. Bob wants to be cremated—that’s what was done with his parents’ remains—that’s just what he wants to do. Heather, on the other hand, has strong beliefs that when someone dies they should be buried. Bobby Jr. watched a really cool YouTube video about how some people are being frozen so that in the future—if it’s possible to resurrect them—they are kept intact. Now we have a dispute: There’s Bob’s wish, which is not written anywhere in a will. There’s Heather’s belief that people should be buried. Then, there’s Bobby Jr., who wants to deep-freeze dad. What happens under the law in this scenario? AB: Well Neer, I’ve had several people tell me that they want to be frozen—like Walt Disney or Ted Williams—when they die. I’ve always said, “That’s fine, but how are you going to pay for it?? I don’t think freezing is free yet, so someone has to pay for that. So, I’d probably say to Bobby Jr., “Unless there’s enough money in this estate to pay for a frozen father, your idea is no good.” Ultimately the answer, as you know with all legal things, is: If you can’t decide, then you end up in court, and the judge will tell you what to do. So, in this case, they’re just going to have to work it out. The family will have to compromise. This is another good reason of why having a will, or a healthcare directive would avoid this dispute. NL: What happens if they just can’t compromise? Heather and Bobby Jr. each have their own opinions, they try settling, mediating, nothing is happening, they just can’t agree. AB: Then they’re going to end up in court explaining to the judge why their reason for Bob being buried or cremated is the most important, and the judge will make a decision. The right time to get a will NL: In your law practice, when do most people come to see you for a will? AB: I’ve joked that if we were to ever advertise, we should do it in a travel magazine. Most people come to see me right before they’re going to take a long trip. I guess they’re thinking [that] if the plane goes down, they want to be prepared. The second most common time people come to see me is after somebody they know has died, and now it’s on their mind. I guess the third most common would be children who are just concerned about the ailing health of their parents; they want to make sure the affairs are in order before anything happens to mom and dad. But really, if we did it right, everyone should do this early. It is much easier to get things in place earlier in your life than to wait at the end when you have more complicated family arrangements, and a more complicated maze of assets. When you have a child, or are about to have a child is a great time to get your affairs in order. You need to choose a guardian. My wife and I took three years to decide who was going to be the guardian. Now, I don’t care so much that I have children, but before the first one came, we just could not decide who would be the guardian of our children, and made it much more complicated than we needed to. Before you buy a home is a good time to do your estate planning. Once you own a home, the post-death administration is more complicated because you owned real estate than before you bought the house. Before you inherit assets is a good time to set up an estate plan that is going to provide for your own family. I’ve also found recently with children going to college away—out of state or in a foreign country—is a good time to have that child set up a very simple will, or to at least give you power of attorney for their own healthcare, and their own financial decisions. When is it too late to get a will? NL: . . . Obviously, when you’re dead it’s too late to get a will, and if you’re incapacitate completely, or if you’re in a coma. But is there anything in between where it’s just too late, you just have to wait it out? AB: One of the hardest areas for us as estate and trust attorneys is determining when somebody has lost the capacity to sign a will or a trust. It’s a very gray area, it’s heavily litigated. To avoid any of that litigation, you want to have documents signed well in advance—so there’s no questions as to whether or not your parents—or you—had capacity. NL: Can you give an example of when someone has questionable capacity, something that could be challenged in a court of law? AB: Someone who is not able to make decisions for themselves. They live with the assistance of others, they have a documented diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s. Now, that doesn’t mean they can’t sign a legal document, because they can have moments of clarity. It just means you’re in for a probable lawsuit to try and prove that they did have capacity. –END OF INTERVIEW— Did you enjoy this podcast? Learn more by follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! If you would like to learn more about living wills and health care directives, we did a separate episode on that topic. Enjoy it on iTunes, Stitcher, or Soundcloud.    

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  • 00:45:08

    #122: WWE Hall of Famer Bob Backlund: From All American Boy to Professional Wrestling’s World Champion

    · Renegade Radio with Jay Ferruggia: Fitness | Nutrition | Lifestyle | Strength Training | Self Help | Motivation

    From impoverished, hard, scrabble beginnings in Princeton, Minnesota, to center stage at Madison Square Gardens, Bob Backlund is the ultimate represenation of the All-American Guy. Originally gaining renown as a high school and  collegiate athlete, before becoming known to millions globally as Pro/Wrestling’s Three.Time World Champion—his appeal and accomplishments transcend the  realms of athletics and entertainment. Bob Backlund embodies that which is all too rare, pure and refreshingly  down to earth. He lives by a set of principles revolving around a positive mental  attitude—and an unrelenting belief in one’s self. Bob is as well known for two  words as he is for his athletic prowess, or as an entertainer: “Never capitulate” and “Positive Mental Attitude.” In this episode of Renegade Radio, Bob and I sit down to talk about the driving factors behind his success and reminisce on stories from his days as a pro wrestling champion, including the highs, lows, and hilarious moments of his career. Today’s Topics Include: 0:22: Introducing today’s guest and his transition from pro wrestler to U.S. Congressman. 2:41: Bob’s 13 hour Harvard Step Test- AKA 13 hours of step-ups. 6:16: Getting jacked with nothing but a cement barbell. 7:29: Bob’s weekly workout routine, which still includes the legendary step test. 9:50: How has Bob’s training changed as he has gotten older? 11:03: Back to the old school days of pro wrestling, including an inside look at the parties and social scene. 18:11: Bob’s favorite opponents of all time and who he wishes he could have worked with 21:56: How has Bob’s transition back into the business been? 28:15: Rapid fire responses to some of the greatest wrestlers in history 32:44: What kind of toll did wrestling tale on Bob’s body and how he counteracts it with his diet 36:13: The secrets to Bob’s mindset of success and prosperity 40:09: Bob’s most highly recommended books 43:24: The one phrase Bob signs every autograph with Awesome Stuff Mentioned In This Episode: Backlund: From All American Boy to Professional Wrestling’s World Champion. The story of Bob Backlund’s rise to success. Think and Grow Rich: One of Bob’s all time favorite books If you want more from Bob, be sure to check out his website at http://bobbacklundnow.com/ and connect with him on Facebook. This Episode is Brought to You By: Organifi (https://jasonferruggia.com/organifi) Now you can get all your healthy superfoods in one drink... With no shopping, no juicing, no blending and no clean up. In just 30 seconds a day you can supercharge your life, restore glowing good health, and feel decades younger. Save time Increase mental clarity Improve health Reduce stress Detoxify your body Rejuvenate your skin Boost immunity If you have questions, shoot them my way on Twitter (@JasonFerruggia) or email podcast@JasonFerruggia.com Thank you for tuning in, subscribing, and listening. I appreciate every one of you that takes the time to listen.

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  • JASS: Exile Island Preview Show

    · Survivor Fans Podcast

    Welcome Back Survivor Fans, We're really glad you could join us for our Exile Island preview show! Can you believe this is our 50th podcast? And what better way to hit a milestone show, than to get together and speculate on the contestants for a fresh, new season. We had some great participation for this show too. Many thanks to Bob, Fancy, Hanna, Christiana, Drew, Brad, and Sandi. They all fearlessly dove in and put their picks out to share with all of us. It's not too late if you want to take a stab at predicting how they'll all do this season. We'd love to hear from you, and we've got several ways you can join in and participate. You can call and leave a voicemail at 206-350-JASS(5277). You can record an audio comment and send it to us via email at joannandstacyshow@gmail.com. With either of those options, we can include your audio directly into the special Listener Feedback shows. You can also send us your input in an email, and we'll read it into the show when we record. Lastly, there's a link for comments on the web page here. You can click that link and post your thoughts out there for everyone to see. If you haven't had a chance to catch the teaser commercials or the cast introduction on the CBS early show, you can check out both of them by downloading this video clip we put together for you:Exile Island Promo Combo Video Hint: Save it to your computer so you can watch it as many times as you want. The music this week entitled "On the Grill" is intended to get you mentally ready for the preview show. Here's a link to the artist in case you want to learn more about him. On the Grill by madsumo Show Notes 00:00 Date for iPod Shuffle Users 00:05 Intro Music: On the Grill by madsumo 00:41 Introductions 02:25 Aras 05:45 Bob analyzes Aras 06:16 Austin 09:09 Bob analyzes Austin 09:35 Bobby 12:01 Bob analyzes Bobby 12:28 Bruce 14:50 Bob analyzes Bruce 15:20 Cirie 17:16 Bob analyzes Cirie 17:44 Courtney 20:40 Bob analyzes Courtney 21:41 Dan 26:33 Bob analyzes Dan 27:22 Danielle 29:20 Bob analyzes Danielle 30:07 Melinda 32:31 Bob analyzes Melinda 32:56 Misty 36:48 Bob analyzes Misty 37:28 Nick 40:05 Bob analyzes Nick 40:50 Ruth Marie 44:16 Bob analyzes Ruth Marie 44:39 Sally 47:00 Bob analyzes Sally 47:38 Shane 49:50 Bob analyzes Shane 50:14 Terry 52:39 Bob analyzes Terry 53:22 Tina 56:42 Bob analyzes Tina 57:47 Fancy's Summary 62:07 Hanna's Summary 66:14 Christiana's Comment 67:09 Drew's Summary 74:58 Brad's Summary 78:21 Sandi's Summary 81:45 Stacy picks a final four 83:10 Jo Ann picks a final four 84:01 Requesting Listener Feedback 86:20 Outro Music: On the Grill by madsumo Links for Today's Show Survivor podsafe music network Christiana and Mike rate Exile Island Survivors Contact Info: Voicemail: 206-350-JASS(5277) Email: joannandstacyshow@gmail.com Gizmo: Enjoy, Jo Ann and Stacy

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  • 1/25/2015 Bob Cranmer and the Demon of Brownsville Rd.

    · Beyond The Edge Radio

    This episode promises to scare the hell out of you as BTE Radio welcomes Author Bob Cranmer to talk about his families terrifying experiences living with “The Demon of Brownsville Road.” Eric Altman is joined with week by our next contestant in the BTE Radio Co-Host contest Marie Samuels. Eric and Marie welcome Former Allegheny County Commissioner, Politician and Author Bob Cranmer. About Bob Bob Cranmer has been involved with government since 1990 as an elected official or as a government relations specialist. He represents a spectrum of different of clients, which include governmental entities such as: Allegheny County Housing Authority, and the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny and Fayette Counties, Non-profits such as: Family Links, the Pittsburgh Opera, Ohio Valley General Hospital, and the River City Brass Band. Corporations which have included: Ammann & Whitney Engineering, L. Robert Kimball & Associates, Mistick Construction, and Bombardier Transportation. Bob’s area of expertise and “bi-partisan” relationship management includes local city and county governments, as well as the entire state government in Harrisburg. Bob is a native of Pittsburgh, growing up in the borough of Brentwood where he still resides with his wife Lesa. He graduated from Brentwood High School in 1974 and Duquesne University in 1978, upon which he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Army. Bob went on to serve nine years in the active army, several of which as a Company Commander in the 101st Airborne Division. He also served in the United States Army Reserve with the rank of Major during the Persian Gulf War commanding a Military Intelligence unit. Bob’s employment has included positions with AT&T Bell Laboratories, AT&T Corporate Marketing, and Communications Technologies Group, LTD. Kimball & Associates, and most recently the Harrisburg lobbying firm of Pugliese Associates, managing the Pittsburgh office. In politics, Bob was elected to Brentwood Council in 1991 where he initiated an economic development corporation, which generated over 30 million dollars of new development. It now serves several municipalities and is a model for other communities. In 1995 he was elected Allegheny County Commissioner where he served as chairman of the board. As a Commissioner Bob ushered in sweeping changes to county government, reducing county taxes in excess of 50 million dollars per year, reducing county personnel by 18%, reorganizing county government from forty-one departments to six, creating the position of County Manager, a county 911 system, and forming a city/county economic development organization which generated several billion dollars worth of new projects and related economic development. He led the effort to establish home rule in Allegheny County, which created the position of County Executive and County Council. His other notable accomplishments include the construction of PNC Park, Heinz Field, and the new David L. Lawrence Convention Center. He was also a driving force behind the creation of the Allegheny County Airport Authority to manage the Pittsburgh International Airport. In 1988 Bob bought what he thought would be his dream home in the Pittsburgh suburb where he was raised. In his book the Demon of Brownsville Rd, Bob recounts the harrowing details of the evil presence that tormented his family and the epic spiritual war he fought to save everything he held dear. Strange activity began just a few short weeks after the family moved in. Cranmer said the strange but seemingly harmless activity continued for a number of years before turning dark and violent. At the advice of his mother and to allay his own creepy feelings about the house, Cranmer had a Roman Catholic priest perform a ritual blessing on the place. During the blessing his oldest son stood in the doorway in the form of an "X" and blocked the priest from entering his bedroom, he revealed. The entity's activity slowly became more sinister and interactive. Cranmer remembered being harassed on a daily basis with physical attacks. Eventually the activity was more than the family could take and the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese became involved which resulted in almost daily mass being held in the home along with multiple exorcisms. Join us this Sunday night as we talk with Bob about his terrifying encounters while living in a dream home that turned into a nightmare as we talk about his book, Demon of Brownsville Road. To learn more about Bob and the book visit http://demonofbrownsville.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/demonbrownsville Join Eric and Marie for this episode as we welcome Bob Cranmer to the show and talk about the Demon of Brownsville Road. Tune in live 8:00 to 10:00 pm Est. at www.para-x.com/live.htm; www.planetparanormal.com or http://tunein.com/radio/Para-X-Radio-s84861/

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  • 20 VC 074: The Future of Healthcare with Bob Kocher, Partner @ Venrock

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Bob Kocher is a Partner at Venrock and focuses on healthcare IT and services investments. He currently serves on the Boards of Aledade and Jiff, and is a Board Observer at Grand Rounds and Doctor on Demand. Prior to Venrock, Bob served in the Obama Administration as Special Assistant to the President for Healthcare and Economic Policy on the National Economic Council. In the Obama Administration, Bob was one of the shapers of the Affordable Care Act. Before the White House, Bob was a Partner at McKinsey & Company where he led McKinsey Global Institute’s healthcare economics work and Center for United States Health System Reform. In Today's Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Bob made his way from The White House to Venrock as a VC? 2.) How did working at The White House prepare Bob for his career as a VC, where does Bob have the biggest opportunity to change the healthcare system? 3.) What are the barriers to entry that a preventing full scale innovation and business growth in the healthcare IT space? 4.) Why have we seen a large increase in healthcare startups? What more would you Bob like to see in the healthcare space, either from the side of the startups or VC’s? 5.) How does Bob perceive the integration of software and healthcare in the future? 6.) As a healthcare professional, what would Bob recommend an individual with a high powered, demanding job in order to lead a healthy lifestyle? Items Mentioned In Todays Episode: Bob's Fave Book: The System Bob's Most Recent Investment: Lyra Health As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Bob on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito night, you can follow him on Instagram here!

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  • 01:05:01

    Run Fast AND Get the Body You Want with Metabolic Efficiency Training – Bob Seebohar

    · Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running

    Contrary to popular belief, losing or even maintaining weight while training for a marathon can be incredibly difficult. Many marathoners either find they can’t quite achieve the weight loss they want, or, on the flipside, they’re able to lose weight, but at the cost of performance. It’s a hard balance to strike, but with the latest research it’s becoming much easier. The research in question revolves around the two concepts of Nutrition Periodization and Metabolic Efficiency Training. Together they increase the body's ability to use fat as fuel during exercise and thus optimize both body composition and performance.  Joining us in this episode is Bob Seebohar, the creator of these two concepts. Bob is a registered dietitian, exercise physiologist, NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, USA Triathlon Level III Elite Coach. He also traveled to the 2008 Summer Olympic Games as a sport dietitian for the US Olympic Team and the personal sport dietitian/exercise physiologist for the Olympic Triathlon Team. In this episode, Bob walks us through his findings on dietary efficiency and sheds some light on how best to achieve both the body composition and race day results you’re after. Oh and for those wondering, here’s a breakdown of the “alphabet soup” behind Bob’s name:   M.S. - Bob has three college degrees. His undergraduate is in Exercise and Sport Science. His two graduate/Master's degrees are in Health and Exercise Science, and Food Science and Human Nutrition. He successfully defended two theses during his graduate studies and knows his way around interpreting research and aligning it with real-life applications.   R.D. - Registered Dietitian. A college degree studying food science and human nutrition is required to be able to sit for this national examination. Of course, this is after successfully completing a 9 - 12-month nutrition internship after graduation.   C.S.S.D. - Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. A certification only given to Registered Dietitians who have years of experience working with athletes. A rigorous national examination must be passed and frequent continuing education credits upheld to acquire and maintain this certification.   C.S.C.S. - Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Bob has worked as a trainer/strength coach since the mid 1990's and specializes in creating strength programs for endurance athletes.   M.E.T.S - Metabolic Efficiency Training Specialist. Bob explains this in his interview. :)   Questions Bob is asked: 5:06 Can you tell us about who you are and what you do? 7:45 What is Metabolic Efficiency Training and how does it relate to your concept of Nutrition Periodization? 11:50 How does Nutrition Periodization come into play with all the training variability runners experience? 14:34 How does Metabolic Efficiency Training work with runners who are trying to lose weight while increasing performance? 21:43 Why does eating become less intuitive to us over time? 24:40 How difficult is it for your athletes to change their nutrition philosophy? 27:45 How can runners adjust their macronutrient intake ratios to use fat as fuel more efficiently? 32:40 What is your opinion of Low-Fat, High-Carb and other ‘extreme’ diets? 39:01 Have you been able to get significant research yet into the role genetics plays with this? 40:39 Is the long-term goal to see where trends are and individualize athletes’ diets based on gender, genetics, etc.? 45:14 Has there been any research on Nutrition Periodization and how it relates to menstrual cycles and menopause? 47:06 What do you mean by the ‘Metabolic Efficiency Point’? 53:28 How would someone go about manipulating this efficiency point via nutrition? 56:54 Is it hard to do Metabolic Efficiency Training with Vegan, Vegetarian and Paleo diets? 1:00:50 Do you offer personal consultations?   Quotes by Bob: “Even for the leanest of the lean marathon runner, these elites that are almost breaking the 2-hour barrier, they still have about 30,000 calories of fat in their body but we’re very limited in our carbohydrate stores.”   “Metabolic Efficiency Training is really looking at the opportunity to use the fat that we have stored already, preserve our very limited carbohydrate stores and do that by altering the daily nutrition plan.”   “Nutrition Periodization is simply combining the right type and amount of nutrition to support physical training. So when you’re going through the ebbs and flows of physical training (running), you go through ebbs and flows of nutritional support.”   “The best thing about Metabolic Efficiency Training is that it’s not a diet. The worst thing about it is that it’s not a diet.”   “When we’re young kids, we have this intuitive eating; we eat when we’re hungry, we stop when we’re not hungry. …The environment shapes us… into becoming less intuitive eaters and more either habitual eaters… or (more) emotional eaters.”    Take a Listen on Your Next Run   Want more awesome interviews and advice? Subscribe to our iTunes channel   Mentioned in this podcast: Book: Nutrition Periodization for Athletes: Taking Traditional Sports Nutrition to the Next Level Bob's Author page on Amazon.com eNRG performance homepage Bob's eNRG performance Coaching Page Email Sinead

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  • HotMix Club #283 - Especial Bob Sinclar no Carnaval 2017

    · HotMix Club Podcast

    O hitmaker francês volta para mais um carnaval após 3 anos! TOUR: 25/Fev - Sirena Maresias - São Sebastião/SP TRACKLIST: Bob Sinclar - The Beat Goes On (Junior Jack Remix) Boy George vs. Bob Sinclar - Love Generations (Remix) Blaze - Do You Remember House (Bob Sinclar Mix) Cutee B & Jarell Perry - Fantasy (Bob Sinclar Remix) Yves Larock & R. Richards - Zookey (Bob Sinclar Remix) Martin Solveig & Jay Sebag - Rejection (Bob Sinclar Remix) Rihanna - Don't Stop The Music (Bob Sinclar Remix) Salomé da Bahia - Outro Lugar (Bob Sinclar & Gregory Cabyan Remix) Mc Leozinho & Bob Sinclar - Lala Funk (Mastiksoul Exclusive Remix) The Wanted - I Found You (Bob Sinclar Remix) David Guetta - Just a Little More Love (Bob Sinclar Remix) Lu Colombo - Maracaibo (Bob Sinclar Remix) Cerrone - Give Me Love (Bob Sinclar Remix) ON AIR: Rádio Comunitária CPA FM - 105,9 MHz - Cuiabá/MT Sexta, 22h | Sábado, 22h25 - GMT-4 (Horário da Amazônia) www.radiocpafm.amaisouvida.com.br/ Rádio Gabirobas - 104,9 MHz - Ritápolis/MG Sábado, 22h - GMT-3 (Horário de Brasília) http://radiogabirobas.net.br/ Rádio Boiuna - 87,9 MHz - Boa Vista do Ramos/AM Domingo, 9h - GMT-4 (Horário da Amazônia) www.radios.com.br/aovivo/radio-boiuna-879-fm/26485 Rádio Trans BJ - 87,9 MHz - Bom Jardim de Minas/MG Sábado, 20h - GMT-3 (Horário de Brasília) http://radiotransbj.com Rádio FM Tibau - 104.9 MHz - Tibau/RN Sábado, 19h - GMT-3 (Horário de Brasília) http://www.fmtibau.com.br Rádio Campo FM - 87,5 MHz - Campo do Tenente/PR Domingo, 15h30 - GMT-3 (Horário de Brasília) www.tenenteanafm.com.br Assine (Subscribe) iTunes: http://apple.co/1I3VxyW Tunein: http://bit.ly/1JrnQZa Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1MCe5ex

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  • 01:00:50

    069 Natalie Vartanian & Bob Schwenkler: The Sex & Wellness Connection

    · Wellness Force Radio | Discovering Physical & Emotional Intelligence To Live Life Well

    "The quality of our sex life is a direct reflection of our internal health."-Bob Schwenkler  On this week's podcast, trained life coaches and founders of Sex the Podcast, Natalie Vartanian and Bob Schwenkler, join me to talk about relationships, sex, and wellness. Since joining forces as a power couple in 2015, Natalie and Bob have been the secret sexual weapon for successful men from all walks of life. They’ve helped many people from former Army Sniper Instructors, Online Marketing Experts, to Corporate Airline Pilots from across 3 continents unlock the next level of joy and confidence in their sex lives and relationships. Meeting someone new and beginning a romantic relationship with them can create one of the most exhilarating feelings that you will experience during your lifetime. However, your emotional wellness plays a huge part in not only your health and fitness, but also your sex life. Past relationships and experiences can really effect new relationships, who you are, and who you want to become. Each time you begin a new relationship with someone, it's important to address anything that's going on with yourself. If you're emotionally unsteady because you have bottled up feelings of anger, sadness, and trauma on the inside, not only will it show up in your daily fitness and wellness health, but in your personal relationships and sex life as well. To have a healthy sex life, you need to be healthy on the inside by addressing any hidden issues or baggage that you may be carrying with you.    How to Recognize and Share Your Personal Feelings In a relationship, it's important to recognize how you feel and not to ignore those feelings. Ask yourself, what do you want in a relationship? What do you want for your sex life? What do you want for your career and the rest of your life? For you to be able to recognize your feelings and open up to your partner about your wants and desires, you should first become intimate with yourself. You can do this by giving yourself self-care and self-love.  Begin by slowing down and taking a moment to understand what is going on with you. Try to be in the present and recognize what emotions you're feeling right now. Come back to yourself and be honest with what you want and need. Learn To Understand Your Partner's Love Language When you understand yourself better, you can learn to listen to your partner better as well. However, miscommunication or no communication can still happen throughout a relationship. Fortunately, coaches like Natalie and Bob can help you can fix that by using strategies and tools to help open up and improve communication with your partner.  These communication tools can help you both to understand each other's love language, what your desires are, and how you can recreate something in your relationship.  To understand your partner's love language, it may mean unpacking any baggage and talking about issues that you haven't even discussed about in the past. How to Get Out Of A Shame Spiral Something that can keep us back from having a fulfilling relationship and sex life is the shame that we feel for ourselves. This shame spiral can happen to us when we don't feel good in our own bodies or the person that we are. If you're feeling shameful, it could be happening because you're in a constant pattern of avoidance. This pattern occurs when we're stuck in an unhealthy routine that doesn't allow us to find out what's really going on with ourselves. This pattern of avoidance could include having lots of unfulfilling sex, drinking, working a lot, spending time on social media, or even just rational thinking.  Rational thinking mode is a thought addiction and surprisingly enough, over-thinking will keep you from having connected, fulfilling relationships. To have a better sex life, you should look deep inside yourself and have an internal inquiry. Ask yourself what's holding you back from having great sex and even other experiences such as an amazing life or career?  To help you truly escape this shame spiral and begin having fulfilling relationships and great sex, reach out to sources of support and help if you must do so. Don't Be Afraid To Reach Out For Help If you're struggling with your emotions and your shame spiral is keeping you from connecting with your partner, don't be afraid to reach out for help.  Because we're only human, we can't take this journey all by ourselves. Talk to close friends about what you're going through and maybe they've been through the same obstacles. Ask someone to be your accountability partner to help hold you responsible for the goals that you want to accomplish. Spend time with like-minded people in person or virtually online with different communities. Seek professional help by reaching out to therapy groups such as the ManKind Project or life coaches like Natalie and Bob. They can give you the support, strategy, and the tools that you need to help you live a fulfilling sex life with your partner.   "Do the thing and you'll have the power."-Ralph Waldo Emerson   More About Natalie Vartanian For the past 6 years Natalie Vartanian has worked with women from across 5 continents to help them get the sex lives and relationships they want. As a featured writer on Elephant Journal and Good Men Project her love and relationship blog posts have gone viral to gain tens of thousands of shares. She is the creator of The Virtual Love Course and has helped hundreds of single women believe in love again and effortlessly attract the partner of their dreams. More About Bob Schwenkler As The Coach for High Achieving Sensitive Men Bob Schwenkler helps men access more love, power, and freedom in every area of their lives. His writing has been featured on sites such as The Huffington Post, Elephant Journal, and the Good Men Project. He is the creator of Advanced Sexual Stamina for Men, leads internationally based men’s retreats as a Sex and Intimacy Expert, and has worked privately with clients from the US, Europe, and Australia. What You'll Hear On The Show 0:00  Wellness Force Opening with Josh 2:05  Introduction to Natalie Vartanian and Bob Schwenkler 6:00 What do women truly want in a relationship? 7:05  What do men truly want in a relationship? 8:20  What is Natalie and Bob? What are you all about? 8:40  What led you both towards becoming relationship coaches? 11:40  What is the link between wellness and a healthy sex life? 13:00  How did your professional relationship change after your personal, romantic relationship break up? 15:40  What happens when you have different commitments for your work instead of your relationship? What does that mean for your intimacy levels in a relationship? 17:40  Question for Natalie: Any stories of success with clients who have broken through the limitations of intimacy and self love/care? 19:50  Question for Bob: Do you have a client with a success story that has really made you proud of them? 22:25  Question for Natalie: What is it like for you to help couples rekindle their intimacy and passion? 24:00 How can a man create intimacy within himself? 25:00 How do I get more intimate with myself before beginning a new relationship? 26:50 How does a woman (whether in a relationship or not) get in touch with herself and her intimacy. 29:00  As a relationship coach, has there been anything that you've done to help you create healthy boundaries so that you can focus on self-care? What are your tips for women and men? 31:00  How can males create healthy boundaries and focus on self-care? 32:50 What holds people back from being sexually fulfilled? 35:45  What makes men not feel sexually confident? 37:20  How do we recognize "shame" and how can we push through a shame spiral? 41:10 What is biologically different about men and women as far as their wants and desires? 43:35  What can do from a creation/solution standpoint for someone like a mom who wants to create more intimacy in her life. 46:05  Why don't people ask others for what they want in a relationship? 47:55  What can men do to break through their fear of intimacy?  52:30  7 Fast for 7 Questions 59:30 Wellness Force Episode Closing with Josh Resources Mentioned In The Show Natalie and Bob's website Natalie's website Bob's website Sex The Podcast Sexually Confident Men: Private Coaching for Men Wellness Force Episode 55: Love Vs. Fear: Body Intelligence with Katie & Gay Hendricks Wellness Force Episode 46: Dr. John Gray: ADHD, Brain Health, & Sex Addiction The ManKind Project Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill John Wineland: Relationship Salon Listen To Natalie and Bob Share How to address your emotions. What to do if you feel shameful. How to address the baggage that you'll bring to a new relationship. How to create open communication with your partner. What men and women want in a relationship. How men and women approach intimacy and sex. How to become intimate with yourself through self care and love. Why it's good to seek support to improve your sex life. What is a pattern of avoidance and how to stop it. How to understand your partner's love language. Rate & Review Wellness Force Aloha! Josh here. Listen, I deeply value your thoughts, now let your voice be heard! I thrive to serve better based on your words, feedback, and requests for the Wellness Force Community. (including breaking bad habits) Thanks To Our Amazing Sponsor Want to avoid more trips to the store and save hundreds of dollars a year on superfood supplements? Check out Perfect Supplements.com Go to perfectsupplements.com/wellnessforce to get your grass-fed collagen from today's show and sign up for a free membership, plus get 10% off your entire order - just enter promo code "wellnessforce" at checkout.     Ask A Live Question For The Next Episode Click here to leave a voicemail directly to Josh Trent to be read live! Get Your Free Audio Book http://www.wellnessforce.com/FreeBook  You May Also Like These Episodes Nir Eyal:Breaking Bad Habits, Technology Addiction, & Emotional Triggers Healthy, Happy & Harder To Kill w/ Steph Gaudreau of Stupid Easy Paleo Beyond Meditation: How To Get A Better Brain With Ariel Garten Living A Healthy Lifestyle In A Modern World With Dan Pardi Creating A Life Worth Living With Michael Strasner Get More Wellness In Your Life: Download your free Digital Health Transformation Guide: wellnessforce.com/radio Don't miss next week's show: Subscribe and stay updated Did you like this show? Rate and review Wellness Force on iTunes So nice! You read all the way to the bottom? That's what I call love! I do the same thing for the people, things, and movements I care about as well. PS: Looks like you and I share the same passion. I'm grateful for you and want to extend you my email address. Write to me and let me know what you'd like to have to get more wellness in your life!

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  • 【文稿】聊天,意会很重要!

    · Round Table 圆桌议事

    Heyang: A sincere invitation to meet up will be included in a busy schedule even if it means making time in between lunches and business conferences. If whoever's on the other end of the conversation not giving you an exact date but rather a "Let's meet sometime, another time" you may be on the receiving end of a polite declination, that is called "改天再约噢". So guys, how is the phase "改天再约" or "another day we meet up", how should we interpret it?Liu Yan: Well, I think the easiest way to interpret this thing is basically "let's say goodbye and that's it."Heyang: Hahahahaha… So cruel.Bob: Well it's cruel whichever way you say. I mean you could come out to it and just say "Look, I don't want to talk to you again. I can't help you, go away", or you could say "Oh yeah, let's meet up another day". So it means the same. So I still think, even if you just say "let's meet another day", it's just as cruel, because you know what's being said, in the back of your mind you know what's being said.Heyang: Should we comfort the sensitive souls and broken hearts of people that say "I was expecting another day will come and it never comes."Liu Yan: Well, there are people like that. I certainly think of that Chinese phrase "too young too simple." Hahahaha, 太傻太天真. So sometimes you just have to know that, certain things are not meant to be taken literally. So when people say that, that just means "let's say goodbye" and that's it.Bob: I think it gets more complicated, doesn't it? Because it's what is intended by somebody saying "let's meet another day" and what people perceive from that. Because sometimes even if I would say "we'll meet another day" meaning "we'll never gonna meet again. Thanks, goodbye." You might actually think "Oh, no, he really means it. That's great" You know. And you'll go home happy, because you've interpreted it in a different way. So I still think even once you've used this phrase, there is still plenty of room for misinterpretation. Hope, maybe the word is. Heyang: Oh, that glimmer of hope, that is dashed.Liu Yan: I don't know, maybe different people have different expectations. Personally, even if someone says the sentence to me in a very sincere way, I would still take it as goodbye. Cuz as far as I can see, if you really want to say "let's meet some other time", you will say something more than this. Probably say "okay, I will reach out to you on Wechat later and we'll set a date." If he adds that sentence, then I will believe what he actually means. Heyang: Okay, so I think here is sort of a time for people to comb through their previous social experience and there are so many of these situations that you kind of really need to read between the lines and you kind of need to really read the room as well to understand what it really means. And there are some other American equivalents apparently, and it would be interesting to hear what Bob has to comment on that.Bob: Translate them into British.Heyang: Yes please.Bob: So you go first with these phrases.Heyang: Okay, so first of all, at a restaurant, when an American says "It's so good, it's so delicious, I love it.", that means a normal meal. And when it's "It's not bad", the taste was not good. And when an American says "I was a bit disappointed", and basically the food is...Liu Yan: It's appalling.Heyang: Yeah, yeah. So Bob, how would interpret those words, or how would you say it?Bob: I was thinking about this earlier. I think that the more British people go over the top, the more that we say we love something, the opposite is true. So if I were to say…Heyang: You guys are twisted.Bob: Nonono, you just have to understand, you know. If you say "oh, that was quite nice" that means you REALLY liked it. Alright. But if we go beyond that and say "you know that was absolutely fabulous, I can't wait until we do it again.", that is for British person so disingenuous that "its never gonna happen again. I never want to see you again. Please don't take me to that restaurant. Umm, if I can I need to rush off now, because I'm feeling ill."Heyang: You know, okay, I think in that kind of situation... Bob correct me if I'm wrong, cuz I'm not British. But I think in those kinds of situations, you need to see the body reaction, the real reaction of that person. Because...Liu Yan: The body language.Heyang: Yeah, in the same situation when I was in London. Yeah I was on a date, and the guy was like... Very positive comments and I was trying to get to the bottom of it. And I saw that his face was like really happy and maybe I little bit red. And I was like "hmm, maybe things are going okay". But sometimes it's so twisted that in China, like usually, guys have this excuse of saying that when a girl says NO, she actually says YES". But often, when a girl says NO, it's NO, alright. Just for those Chinese guys. Anyway, but in that situation, in the UK, I felt sometimes when a British guy saying NO, actually it means YES. And what?Bob: Well YES means NO and NO means YES. I mean I don't think you can get very much clearer than that.Liu Yan: Well if that's the norm, then yes, you guys are twisted. And just so you know...Bob: You know what, I'll tell you what's the simple way of telling it, that is to see how long they breathe before they actually give you a reply. Because if they do it quick, that means they're delaying in giving you an answer, which means it's probably not the answer that you want. So just look at how they breathe.Heyang: Hahahaha, how they breathe and the adjectives that they are throwing into this.Bob: Yeah, just keep it low key and that's what you should do.Liu Yan: Just so you know, Bob, you're fabulous.Heyang: How should I interpret that?Bob: You know what, I'm not sure. Heyang: Liu Yan, just give it straight to us, what do you mean?Liu Yan: He's fabulous.Heyang: Okay, so take the word for it, is it?

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  • 00:37:42

    248: Weekend Wisdom with Bob & Dawn Davis – Maintaining balance when you work with family

    · The Business of Photography - Sprouting Photographer Podcast

    Episode #248 of the podcast features an interview with Bob and Dawn Davis. Discussion topics: Creating consistency, focus on relationships, time away & distractions, and fear = excuses. The post 248: Weekend Wisdom with Bob & Dawn Davis – Maintaining balance when you work with family appeared first on Sprouting Photographer - Business Education for the Professional Photographer.

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  • Bob Baker: Music Marketing, Creativity & The Empowered Artist

    · Bridge The Atlantic

    This week, we’re welcoming Bob Baker to the show, all the way from St Louis. Bob is an author, speaker, musician, and former music magazine editor dedicated to showing musicians of all kinds how to get exposure, connect with fans, sell more music, and increase their incomes through their artistic passions. Bob is the author of numerous books on the subject of music marketing and making a living from your art, including The Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook (featured in the movie School of Rock), The DIY Career Manifesto and his latest book, The Empowered Artist. Highlights: - As well as being an author and marketing expert, Bob is also a musician, artist and improv. comedy teacher! - We all agree that different types of creatives can learn from each other - Bob is celebrating 20 years of being on the Internet - happy anniversary! - Bob still thinks of himself as a curious musician who is exploring what is working for successful musicians and artists - The things that hold most artists back are fear, uncertainty and the worry about how people see us - There’s nothing better as an artist if your personal interests can serve others - Bob tells us about his latest book, The Empowered Artist - We feel empowered just listening to Bob talk! - We talk about how the Internet has changed things for artists, and how the focus should still be on fans - GOOD NEWS: everyone has the tools to self expression & creation. BAD NEWS: everyone has the tools to self expression & creation. - Bob talks about how consumers decide what is worthy now vs other gatekeepers - Bob comes up with a Bob Dylan and Bob Marley hybrid impersonation Advice: - Everyone has the fear, but the successful people have learned to live with it - Give yourself permission to succeed and follow your path - The world doesn’t owe you a living - just because you do what you love, it doesn’t mean the money will necessarily follow - To get started, all you need is the desire to start - If you’re not in the mood for something, if you force yourself to do it, you can find yourself in a state of flow and inspired - Find your voice and be willing to fail - Focus on fans - everything should be by your appreciation for, and the impact you have on, your fans Recommendations: - Talking Funny (TV) - Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert (Podcast) - The Curator (Podcast) - TED Radio Hour (Podcast) - Pat Flynn’s Smart Passive Income (Podcast) Guest Links: - Website: http://bob-baker.com - Twitter: @MrBuzzFactor - Instagram: @MrBuzzFactor - Facebook: /bobbakerfanpage Sponsors: - Chris Keaton @ Chris Keaton Presents (http://chriskeaton.com) - Christine Infanger @ Thirty Roses (http://thirtyroses.com) --- For more episodes, visit http://bridge-the-atlantic.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bridge_atlantic Subscribe on iTunes: http://bridge-the-atlantic.com/itunes Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bridgetheatlantic

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  • HotMix Club #126 - Bob Sinclar no Carnaval 2014

    · HotMix Club Podcast

    Um dos maiores djs do mundo virá no carnaval para três apresentações no Bloco YES em Salvador/BA (28), Paradise Weekend no Rio de Janeiro (2) e na P12 de Florianópolis/SC (3). Assine o HotMix Club no iTunes, avalie e comente para que o podcast entre no ranking. TRACKLIST: Deadmau5 vs. Blasterjaxx & Billy The Kit vs. Bob Sinclar & Gary Pine - Not Exactly Loud and Proud Generation (Reinaldo Verissimo Mashup) Bob Sinclar & Fireball - What I Want Bob Sinclar - Groupie (Jack Mazzoni vs. Christopher Vitale Remix) Bob Sinclar - Cinderella (She Said Her Name)(Samuel Sartini Remix) Bob Sinclar - I Feel For You (Ben Delay Remix) Bob Sinclar - Summer Moonlight (Ben Delay Remix) Bob Sinclar - The Beat Goes On Bob Sinclar & Rafaella Carra - AFar L'amore Comincia Tu Bob Sinclar - Funk The Disco Bob Sinclar, Dragonfly, Pitbull & Fatman Scoop - Rock The Boat Bob Sinclar & Cutee B - Rock This Party Bob Sinclar & Sugarhill Gang - Lala Song (Tocadisco Remix) Bob Sinclar & Steve Edwards - World Hold On Curta a página (like on page) do HotMix Club no Facebook e assine (subscribe) no iTunes

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  • 00:39:06

    Ep 15 - Rachel Golub on In-Home Board and Trains and Aggression Cases

    · The Modern Dog Trainer Podcast

    This episode we had Rachel Golub back on the show to discuss all of the things you should consider when offering a board and train program and taking on aggression cases. Rachel was previously on the podcast discussing how to manage dog training with a family and has written a guest post for this blog providing tips for positive trainers that are just getting started.You can find the show notes here: http://www.themoderndogtrainer.net/ep-15-rachel-golub-home-board-trains-aggression-cases/

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  • 00:39:16

    Writing “in my Culture” w/ Zoe Wool and Alex Golub of Savage Minds

    · This Anthro Life

    This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that exist for multiple kinds of audiences and… Continue Reading Writing “in my Culture” w/ Zoe Wool and Alex Golub of Savage Minds The post Writing “in my Culture” w/ Zoe Wool and Alex Golub of Savage Minds appeared first on This Anthro Life.

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  • Lawrence Golub Sees Mixed Picture in Middle Market Earnings

    · P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

    Lawrence Golub, president of Golub Capital, discusses the highlights and trends from its middle market report. John Whelen, CFO of Enbridge, talks about Enbridge's acquisition of Spectra Energy, building energy infrastructure and renewable business in wind farms. Eli Casdin, a managing partner at Casdin Capital, discusses biotechnology, drug pricing and the impact policy will have on the FDA approval process. Finally, Bloomberg's Brian Chappatta talks about his article, "A Foreign Threat to U.S. Treasuries That Dwarfs Fed's Debt Hoard."

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