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01/06/2017
27 minutes
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There's no faster way to be labeled a 'red-headed step child' than when you become a part time agent in real estate. Traditionally seen as 'dabblers' and clueless know-nothings, they've been vilified for taking a piece of the market from their full time counterparts.  But, what if going part time is the only way for you to break into the market?  What if you have goals that real estate can provide the reward for and you only need to do 15 deals a year? Is there still a place for you in the market as a Part time Superstar?   The answer is YES!  Today we're going to tell what what you need to do and where your focus needs to be in order to have the FULL time success you want after normal business hours! Schedule A Free Coaching CallVisit Tim & Julie Harris OnlineListen on iTunesListen on Stitcher
01/11/2017
about 1 hour
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Chael and Joel breakdown B.J. Penn making his return to take on rising star Yair Rodriguez at UFC Fight Night 103, Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson 2 set for UFC 209, and Chael talks about some of the highlights from this weeks episode of "Celebrity Apprentice." We also hear Jake Ellenberger cut a promo on Joel while accepting this weeks 'Celebrity NickBone' award.
01/11/2017
about 1 hour
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Secret recipes, secret crimes, secrets of success --we have them all on this episode, revealed by guests like Scarlett Johansson and Alex Guarnaschelli, and some famous American ghosts, too. America's OG celebrity chef, Wolfgang Puck, is finally taking on the Big Apple. In the seventies, what did he do in Indianapolis to change the natives' eating habits? And what has made his restaurant Spago one of Hollywood's longest running hits?  Giorgio DeLuca reveals to Alex Guarnaschelli that the secrets of his success were his friends, his neighbors, and his joy in the pleasures of the table. When Missy Robbins quit A Voce in 2013 she stunned the New York food world. Now she's back with Lillia, just voted one of the top new restaurants of 2016 by The New York Times. Tune in to find out how she makes her pasta so extraordinary. Scarlett Johannson's secret love becomes Griffin Dunne's desire, when he tries to express his gratitude to the crew of his upcoming Amazon series, I Love Dick. African-American chef Ashbell McElveen was asleep in London when he was awakened one night by the ghost of James Hemings, Thomas Jefferson's slave chef. McElveen unburies a crime and reveals one of America's darker culinary secrets. Finally: Après ski with Wolfgang Puck? Find out what dish brings the 67-year-old chef back in time to the snowy slopes of his native Austria.
02/10/2017
38 minutes
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  Slovenia is small but it's up and coming! It's a fascinating place with a long winemaking tradition that should pique your interest... Slovenia's Wine Stats: Population of two million people, who drink a LOT: 5th highest wine consumption per capita in the world About 75% of the country's production is white wine 55K Planted acres makes it the size of Sonoma County, in California Small portion of the wine is exported 70% of the wine is premium, most is made in the clean modern style Some using ancient techniques (clay amphorae) to give the texture a tannic rasp and the wine a rosy, sometimes amber, hue (orange wines) Slovenia's Wine History Of Celts, Romans, Christians, and Napoleon By the end of the WWII, co-ops controlled nearly all of the region's wine production: Sucky bulk wine production with a few small private wineries in the Drava Valley region In 1967, the government established the PSVVS (Business Association for Viticulture and Wine Production) In 1991, Slovenia was the first to declare independence from Yugoslavia Dictatorship/Socialism/Communism separated countries from centuries of winemaking traditions but they are catching up now   Geography  At crossroad of eastern and central Europe bordered by Hungary, Italy, Croatia, and Austria  Important Rivers: Drava and Sava connect to the Danube Dynamic regions on borders   3 Main Regions Primorska: Near Italian region of Fruili Venezia Giulia, high quality whites and reds Sub regions: Vipava Valley, Goriska Brda (gore-ISH-KA BURR-DA), Koper (pr. Coper), Karst plateau district Grapes: Ribolla Gialla, Pinot Grigio, other whites, Refosco other reds Experimentation and blending of old and new: Orange wines, clay amphora, and long, long aging   Drava (Podravje) Botrytis affected whites, Welschriesling, Furmint Nearly 97% of the wine made in the Drava Valley region is white wine Seven sub-regions   Lower Sava (Posavje) Only Slovenian wine region that produces more red wine than white, though not by a large margin Three districts, you may see Lower Carniola on a bottle Lower Sava Valley region is dominated by bulk wine, rather than premium wine, production Use of many native grapes Hope you enjoy this off-the-beaten trail podcast. And great thanks to our sponsor: The Great Courses Plus! Go to www.thegreatcoursesplus/wine to get a free trial (the special URL lets them know you heard about it here!). As I mentioned, The Everyday Gourmet: Rediscovering the Lost Art of Cooking is mandatory for you wine education!!! Watch and get back to me!!
02/10/2017
about 1 hour
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Most people pray for miracles, JJ Virgin fights for them. After her son was critically injured in an accident and given a .25% chance of living, JJ was faced with two decisions. She could either believe what the Doctors were telling her and accept that her young son would die from his injuries, or she could wage what seemed like a hopeless battle and fight for her son's life. She chose the latter. By using a variety of treatments that included nutrition, naturopathic medicine, and stem cell therapy, JJ brought her son back from the brink of death and healed his broken body and his traumatic brain injuries. If you don't believe in miracles, you will after this podcast.
02/09/2017
about 1 hour
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In early November I did a video about what to expect after the winner of the Clinton/Trump election was announced. In that video, I talked about how my preparedness plans would change depending on who won the election. While I was right about how the people would react to a Trump election, I completely underestimated the lengths that the main stream media and the establishment would sink to discredit a fairly elected president of the United States of America. Now that the dust has settled a bit, we are starting to get a clearer picture of how things might unfold over the next 4 years. All of this has caused me to reassess my prepping priorities. While my main concern remains an economic collapse, there are other issues that might need a little extra consideration at this point in time. A Nation Divided It seems that more than ever our nation is divided. Not divided by race or social class, but more by political affiliation. I think this is the result of not really having big issues to worry about. Life is good in America, and it’s been 75 years since WW2, so most people alive today have no idea what a real national crisis is. Generally speaking, Americans are spoiled. Our small issues become big issues because we don’t have any big issues to be concerned about. I understand that something like a job loos can be a big issue, but it pales in comparison to WW3. These days, the mainstream media can literally dictate American sentiment. From our education system, to what we watch on TV, everything is geared towards socialism. If you read Alt Right media, you are labeled a “white supremacists”, and because Donald Trump is so polarizing he gets labeled as “Hitleresque” by the MSM, and people who have no idea who Hitler really was. Another problem is social media and all the keyboard warriors out there. Everyone can have a voice in the conversation, and their opinions become their facts. Public sentiment has become more important than facts, and everyone is guilty until proven innocent because of this. SPP188 Have Your Prepping Priority’s Changed? In this weeks show we talked about how our preparedness plans have changed, and some concerns I have in the short term, along with some that might be long term. We went into much more detail about these in the show, but here is a list of what we talked about. 5 Important Disaster Scenarios For those of you that know me, an economic collapse has always been a top priority when it comes to prepping. While that remains a MAJOR concern of mine, there are a few disaster scenarios that have moved up on my threat assessment scale. Civil Unrest With everything going on these days, and everyone just waiting for something to protest, civil unrest has become one of my top prepping priorities. The protests themselves don't concern me, the fact that 90% of these "peaceful protests" turn into riots does. Free speech only applies if you agree with the main stream, and it is becoming increasingly obvious that there are people behind the scenes stirring the pot. Hopefully I'm wrong, but I can see this situation escalating and becoming a bigger danger. Situational Awareness: Anything can happen at any time, and we need to be ready for it to happen. This article from BearingArms talks about avoiding riots, having everyday carry items and the OODA Loop Lisa mentioned in the show. Martial Law: With all the protests riots going on, lead by the extreme left, Martial Law being enacted is a very real possibility. If this continues, it's only a matter of time before the right stands up to have their voice heard. This could lead to major clashes, especially if you live in urban areas. Civil War: I don't think that a Civil War would necessarily look like "The Civil War" looked like, but over time it could become that. Some would argue that we are already in the early stages of a civil war,
01/08/2017
about 1 hour
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01/11/2017
about 1 hour
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Are you OK, because Kelsea and Allison are not OK. We're back and talking all about Nick's package — yes, that one this time. Plus, Corinne takes the lead as this season's villain during a wedding-gone-wrong, while Liz and Nick have a serious discussion about their future that goes horribly wrong. Are you OK?