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Each Friday, film critic Kevin Carr reviews the current new releases hitting theaters. These short reviews, each lasting approximately one minute, give you a quick plot description plus Kevin’s pointed analysis before handing out his rating out of five stars. A member of the Online Film Critics Society, Kevin Carr is a featured film critic for WTTE Fox 28 in Columbus, Ohio, and his reviews are heard on the radio throughout the country. You can read more of Kevin’s reviews at FilmSchoolReject ...
 
I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television - mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville. I’m the guy that you probably don’t know by name, but when you see my face you might say “oh, that guy from that thing.” I’ve befriended some of the most talented people in the business, but it wasn’t until I started inviting them into my home that I realized, I didn’t really know these people.What started as me having so ...
 
Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers. Co-hosted by Brandon Turner, David Greene, and BiggerPockets founder Joshua Dorkin, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or ...
 
Beginning as a cult phenomenon in 2005 - quickly gaining the nickname "Radio Fight Club" - The Jason Ellis Show ultimately grew into one of the biggest and most successful phenomena in the history of satellite radio before venturing into the podcast realm. Along the way, the show has spawned the Billboard-charting comedy metal band Taintstick (later known as Death! Death! Die!) and the New York Times bestselling autobiography, "I'm Awesome: One Man's Triumphant Quest to Become the Sweetest D ...
 
"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I wil ...
 
The DILF Podcast (as in: Dad I'd Like to... FRIEND) was created to fill the void of community that is so sorely lacking in the modern fatherhood experience. Built as a forum to tear down the walls that typically leave men out from engaging in honest + vulnerable conversations about parenting, this podcast features inspirational-yet-relatable stories from the often underestimated perspective of a DAD. Host Kevin Seldon is the founder of a social-impact consultancy with clients ranging from aw ...
 
Game Dev Podcast hosted by Team RisingHigh, a 13 Time Apple Featured Indie Game Studio. Kevin & Jilly discuss everything game development and game making topics. Covering all aspects of creating, designing and marketing mobile and indie games. Actionable, practical Game Dev info squirted up your ears every week, you just bring the biscuits.
 
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Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S08 EP2 - Ramon Vega Today’s guest is a cult icon of 90’s football and beyond. Fluent in five languages, a cultured Swiss defender with 23 caps for his country and spells at Grasshopper, Cagliari, Spurs and a treble winning time with Celtic... It’s our pleasure to welcome to Quickly Kevin, Ramon Vega If you want an ex…
 
"Looking back on these words at the end of my rotation, I understand what I had felt, and I feel confident naming it: the futility of medicine. We can comfort and treat patients, but there’s nothing more we can do after a certain point. As a bright-eyed medical student who wrote on all her medical school applications that she wanted to save lives, …
 
"Motherhood has been the biggest gamble of my adult life thus far. How was I going to operate for 12-plus hours while 39-weeks pregnant? Where would I be when I went into labor? How would was I going to return after three weeks? How would I pump during and in between OR cases? I did it. It certainly wasn’t easy. And I would do it all over. My son i…
 
"COVID-19 disproportionately impacts those with pre-existing conditions, and our health care system leaves one in five Americans with a pre-existing condition uninsured. Further, with multiple COVID-19 vaccines already in early but slow distribution, attaining universal coverage is critical, particularly in light of uninsurance having an inverse re…
 
If you’re listening to the BiggerPockets podcast, you know that the only way to reach financial success is to climb the corporate ladder, right? Nope! Yet, many people still believe that the only way for them to get rich is by going above and beyond for a job, only to be let go when the company is sold or merged. This is exactly what Ayoka Moss and…
 
"The patient knocking on your door is not your enemy. They’re sick. They’re scared. They’re in pain. They don’t know why, and they’re hoping for an answer. If you can’t find the source of a problem quickly, it doesn’t mean it’s not there." Denise Reich is a patient advocate. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Patients don’t ne…
 
The gang returns for their seventeenth episode!! Jason gives some groundbreaking insight on some more intense breathing techniques; Michael uses his heels of steel to break through a wooden board whilst flying through the air; Kevin makes pivotal discoveries in the sex-doll world; & the podcast debuting of the infamous "AM I A SLUT?!" segment! Hit …
 
"I can tell you what I don’t want to do. I don’t want to mill through 50 patients a day, mindlessly clicking through EMR checkboxes so an insurance auditor five states away will deem that I’ve done my job and deserve reimbursement. That’s a high volume, high overhead game, and I don’t want to play it. I recently spoke with a doctor who was getting …
 
The man who lives a self diagnosed ‘edited life’ Howie Mandel joins us this week to discuss different topics ranging from his early beginnings in stand-up comedy to his continuous battle of thriving in show biz with OCD. We discuss Howie’s marriage, the stigma surrounding mental health, and coping mechanisms that people use in times of distress. Ho…
 
"Humanities can be seen as part of the fabric, society, and culture of human experience. In many ways, they might be seen as the disciplines that make us human and make life meaningful. They broadly encompass ancient and modern languages, literature, philosophy, religion, visual and performing arts, such as music and theater. Even more expansively,…
 
In today’s episode, I’m joined by fellow Arizona native and agent, Stephanie Greenfield. Growing up in a real estate family, Stephanie got licensed at 18, chose a different career path, but eventually came back to the business. With a family in real estate, the feast-and-famine cycle many agents experience is something she was familiar with. From t…
 
"Most residents are young, often in their mid to late 20s, having spent years ensconced in libraries, research labs, and classrooms learning pathophysiology and pharmacology. Upon graduation from medical school, they are now drafted to the front lines of a generational pandemic, working long hours, often in cities where they are strangers (the proc…
 
Have you ever been in a conversation where someone has had to ask you to repeat something multiple times? It’sfrustrating when you’re trying to tell someone something and they just won’t listen, but what about all the times you’ve been distracted in a conversation? There are a handful of reasons why humans aren’t great at listening, but the benefit…
 
"Keep it Simple is a bumper sticker slogan. Life during a pandemic has been anything but simple, and the holiday season presents (not the gift kind) its own special challenges. So does living alone and trying to stay humanized. In his book Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World, Surgeon General-elect Vivek Murph…
 
"Lights, camera, action! You get a call from your hospital’s public relations office asking you to speak to the local news. Even though this isn’t your first time, your heart is pounding, with a mix of nerves and excitement. You start doubting whether you have anything valuable to say about the topic, even though, yes – you went through many years …
 
"Ultimately, patient care is at the center of medicine and is the main reason many physicians chose to go into the field. A good understanding of the business side of medicine and personal finance can help future physicians focus on just that. There are plenty of options when it comes to how we can begin to integrate these topics into medical educa…
 
Every real estate investor knows that things don’t always go as well as we’d like. What happens when you’re hit with a $16,000 bill to fix a sewer, or when 20 of your tenants call you all at once with problems? Some things, like those examples, make active real estate investors envy passive investors. This is why Tamar Hermes decided to go on a mor…
 
On this week's episode of The Jason Ellis Show, Andrew D. Huberman drops in to discuss neuroscience and the ways in which a human brain works. Be sure not to miss this one! It gets VERY interesting. -- Thank you to our sponsors: OMAXHealth: Visit OMAXHealth.com and use code: ELLIS for 20% OFF Onnit: Go to Onnit.com/ELLIS for 10% OFF your order now!…
 
"There should be no grades in medical school. Forty-something percent of applicants get accepted to one or more medical schools. To even apply to medical school, one needs to have not only graduated or be on track to graduate college, but also needs to have passed the MCAT and have the support of a pre-medical application committee. I am no mathema…
 
"Have you ever watched a movie, television show, or read a book where the villain is a medical doctor? If you are a psychiatrist, you will be alarmed by how many times the villain in these stories turns out to be a psychiatrist. In all fairness, psychiatry has had its share of blunders. However, in recent years psychiatry has made a significant eff…
 
The lovable Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings, Rudy) returns to the show this week and talks about being content with one’s mortality, life within the Covid-19 pandemic, and overcoming stigmas within the mental health field. Sean gives an update with the Patty Duke Mental Health Organization and how he started his own charity called Run Third. We also …
 
"As a Black physician, I urge you to consider taking the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to you. Vaccines save lives. Preventing poor outcomes, as in death, is an exciting effect of this vaccine. I will be first in line when it is offered to me, and I hope to see you in line next to me. Masked up, of course." Erkeda DeRouen is a family p…
 
On today’s episode, I’m joined by sales coach and consultant, Steve de Laveaga for an insightful conversation about where real estate as an industry is headed, and what agents and leaders can do to ensure their relevance as things change. What makes Steve’s insight so unique is his genius-level understanding of the space where Wall Street and Main …
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S08 EP1 - A Whole New Ball Game... Quickly Kevin returns for series eight and we've got some big announcements for the series and the rest of the year ahead. All of the old favourites - watch-alongs, footballer interviews, correspondence, and quizzes. And yes, spoon botherer Uri Geller is back doing what he does best.…
 
"It is not enough to say we are anti-racist; we have to modify our systems to recognize that we have placed individuals of color at risk of poorer outcomes. Lack of insurance, lack of finances, or even the presence of certain diagnoses may reflect less about the person and more about our society, our infrastructure, and our systems. As members of s…
 
Some people are born into wealth, but none are born into success. Success needs to be earned, through pain, hard work, and perseverance. Patrick Bet-David came to the United States during the Iranian Revolution of 1978, after already being a refugee in Germany. Patrick served in the U.S. Army and prided himself on his ability to party, but after a …
 
"Just a few seconds after the needle penetrated my arm, I felt a mild soreness, kind of like a flu shot. But as I sat for the required 15 minutes of observation time, a wave of something engulfed my body. It was such a strange, unfamiliar sensation that I didn’t realize what was happening. I looked around the room at the other medical personnel get…
 
"Many colleagues in medicine already talk about medicine never going back to its state pre-COVID-19 – be it telehealth for patients, new flexibility to work/life scheduling, or a new acceptance of telecommuting outside of direct patient care. There has been too much suffering as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and stressors of 2020 to progress th…
 
"The tragedy that’s happening in medicine today is that the loss of respect and the constant threats to fair payment are making physicians regret that they ever chose medicine. They were fascinated with science and wanted to help people, and their reward is insult. It’s no wonder that some newly trained physicians leave anesthesiology quickly; ther…
 
Anything over 100 units tends to scare many investors, especially rookie investors. How do you even get to 100 units when it’s already challenging enough to get one? That answer is simple: stack them slowly over time. That’s exactly what today’s guest, Erika Sleger, did. Erika heard about house hacking from a lecture in college, so once she graduat…
 
"This is our call to action. I have the experience, knowledge, expertise, and deep passion for teaching every medical student these skills. I cannot do it alone. I need you. We need to do this together. I am seeking those of you who are caring, innovative clear thinkers involved in medical school curriculum creation. We owe it to our physician seed…
 
Join Ben Askren and the boys for another episode of The Jason Ellis Show where they get deep into fighting and Kevin brings us another edition of "Helped!" Jason, Kevin, & Michael give some pretty usable advice. Don't miss it! -- Thank you to our sponsors: Onnit: Go to Onnit.com/ELLIS for 10% OFF your order now! LiquidDeath: Go to LiquidDeath.com a…
 
"We need full transparency and empowerment of patients and doctors to make wise decisions. We must renew and restore the sanctity of the patient-doctor relationship. We need to stop pretending that health care can be 'free,' stop calling premium price prepaid care 'insurance,' and use market forces like choice and competition to cut our bloated cos…
 
Robert Benedict and Richard Speight (Supernatural, Kings of Con) join us today to discuss the many different challenges that come with parenting and relationships, specifically during the craziness of this past year. We talk about how Richard and Robert met, the formation of their podcast The Kings of Con, and fun times at conventions. Richard and …
 
"Health care delivery will always be inherently unpredictable and challenging. Those drawn to medicine are among our most resilient, but the current landscape reveals acutely a rise in burnout that exceeded acceptable levels even before the COVID-19 outbreak. Such innate resilience in clinicians and clinical care teams is an individual and strategi…
 
In today’s episode, I’m joined by Mitch Rosen, senior director and head of real estate at online wealth platform, YieldStreet. YieldStreet is an alternative platform for the retail investor, which is democratizing wealth building by bringing sophisticated asset classes into the hands and devices of ordinary people. Very often, the things large asse…
 
"This is not what I signed up for. Have you ever said this when you are rushing home 1.5 hours after the last patient left and you still haven’t finished all your charting? You grab a handful of forms to take home with you with the hopeful expectation that you will get them done tonight too. After you have done 'enough' to appear to be a present pa…
 
You’ve probably heard of The Breakfast Club, the morning radio show in over 90 markets that covers everything from hip hop culture, to celebrity gossip, to politics and more. If you've listened, you may recognize DJ Envy’s voice. He’s here today with his partner Cesar Pina, to talk real estate, seminars, and business. DJ Envy grew up in Queens, New…
 
"I now say getting divorced was one of the best things that ever happened to me. Through that painful circumstance, I rediscovered me. I learned more about myself and my ability to do hard things than at any point in my life since medical training. I’m not the same person that I was before my divorce, and that’s OK. I’m more confident, decisive, an…
 
"One of the best solutions to rising obesity and non-communicable disease rates lie in primary care. Medical professionals can influence the U.S. food system indirectly through demand and collective purchasing power by educating their patients to choose and purchase healthier options. Merely improving nutrition education succeeds in shifting people…
 
"I have closed my practice, but I have no plans to retire at the age of 52. I have started the journey to become a high school science teacher. There are frequent internet postings and blogs by physicians with strategies to retire young. I suspect that many of us, not near traditional retirement age, still desire to work. At this point, I do not ye…
 
Retiring via passive income is why most people get into real estate, but rarely does someone accomplish that goal within just two years! Rachel Richards, real estate investor, agent, and author of Money Honey shares her story of aggressive real estate acquisition. All purchased, by the way, with at least 20% down! While her friends in high school m…
 
"Definitions ground us in our profession and in our world. Definitions matter because they help us pause, give our body a moment to settle, and our breath time to move in and out. Our racist actions, inactions, and comments are invasive throughout our waking hours, but we can change them if we can define them. Racist. Anti-racist. Microaggression. …
 
Dingo admits to having an almost sexual encounter with ICY-HOT; Jason hates peeing in Coca-Cola bottles; and pro-surfer, Mick Fanning drops via Zoom to chat with some old friends. -- Thank you to our sponsors: Onnit: Go to Onnit.com/ELLIS for 10% OFF your order now! BetterHelp: Visit BetterHelp.com/ELLIS for 10% OFF your first month! BlueChew: Go t…
 
"The good news is that imposter syndrome can be quieted with increased awareness and replacing negative internal messages with positive ones. In our work together, I helped Sheila identify the voices, understand the positive role the voices fill (and there is always a positive or protective role), and find specific mechanisms for turning down the v…
 
The talented and very humble Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter, Me Before You) joins us this week and discusses the challenges of playing various characters after being a part of one of the world’s largest pop culture phenomenons. Matthew delves deep into his inner defense mechanisms when viewing his own work, never letting his career define his life, an…
 
"In the world of medicine, inordinate stress is instead accepted as just part of the job. If you can’t handle the heat, get out of the kitchen- or see a therapist on your own time and dime. I strongly believe that traditional therapy and psychiatry are vital and valuable disciplines- I might not be here without them. But not everyone who needs help…
 
On today’s episode, I’m joined by real estate Saas entrepreneur and founder of growth automation platform, Brian Charlesworth. Brian is on a mission to turn real estate salespeople into effective leaders, by knowing more about their business, tracking numbers and leveraging systems. Real estate agents tend to drag their feet when it comes to adopti…
 
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