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Join Mark and Mat as they discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the franchise model of doing business. They welcome special guest Rick Grossman, author of the book "The Franchise Bible". If you are thinking of franchising, this show will certainly help you in your decision making. If you are interested in learning more, visit our page at www.refreshyourwealth.com
Matt Williamson (@WilliamsonNFL) and Ryan McDowell (@RyanMc23) continue to answer listener questions including the recent value change of Derrick Henry, some young TEs to target this offseason and how to value Sammy Watkins and Devin Funchess in your dynasty league.
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2019 is going to be Revolutionary ....
According to my guest tonight, astrologer (yes ...) Rick Levine--
" 2019 is a year that is going to culminate in Irreversible Change ...."
So, what am I doing talking with an astrologer (of all folks) about this coming year?
Because, as my many decades of painstakingly researching Hyperdimensional Physics has taught me:
Astrology is the Ultimate expression of "Hyperdimensional Physics" -- as themeasurable changes in our planetary environment (via the Accutron) has demonstrated overwhelmingly; the constantly changing configurations of the spinning planets orbiting the sun -- in relation to each other, in relation to the Sun ... and in relation to the center of the Galaxy -- result in predictable, again, measurable changes in our planetary field.
And thus -- predictable changes in ourselves ....
Join us, for a stunning preview of the Coming Year of Hyperdimensional Change ... for each and every one of us ... and of our world!
Richard C. Hoagland
The last game of the 2018 season is finally here as the New York Jets take on the New England Patriots. This is most likely Todd Bowles last game as the head coach of Gang Green leaving many to question how the team will perform. We will talk Darnold and the offense as they take on an average Patriots defense.In terms of defense, can Jamal Adams and company stop the running attack? As always we will take calls live and answer tweets from @TalkJetsRadio. The support is appreciated!
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you the next episode of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
About the Episode:
If you have ever thought that a project you worked on had too much drama and unnecessary conflict — that the project should have been easier for everyone involved — then this episode is for you.
We explore how to have less stressful projects by using Projectopia, our guest’s 8-step method project planning. With this method, he says you can crush your big projects; and you can do it without stress, and with clarity, direction, and efficiency.
In addition to our discussion about how to use Projectopia, you can get a free guide…
>>> Just click here for the free Projectopia Guide
Our guest is Andy Rosic, currently the Innovation Product Manager at Home Depot, mentor to startups, and former founder of software companies.
We give you the MOTS Top 5 Atlanta United moments from the 2018 championship season!
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Not much in boxing gets fans and pundits excited like a great heavyweight fight. As it happens, Riddick Bowe and Evander Holyfield had three great fights between them.
From round 10 of the first bout, to Fan Man, heart issues, Rock Newman... This trilogy had it all.
On this episode of Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio, author and filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler joins boxing historian Patrick Connor in remembering the excellent set of fights these two heavyweights laid on the altar of the boxing gods.
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Dr. Robert X takes us dinside Washington occult
8:00 p.m. FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tennessee
The Boston Celtics (20-14) head to Memphis to take on the Grizzlies (18-16) in the second game of their three game Western Conference road trip.
Host Nic Sciscento will be joined by Joe Choquette breaking down all the action and taking your calls for a full hour immediately following the game.
When the action on the court ends, the excitement on the CLNS Media airwaves begins!
Join us after every Celtics game as CLNS Media opens up another season of post-game coverage with reports live from the Garden for all home games. Visit Youtube.com/CLNSMedia for exclusive audio/video coverage.
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This episode is sponsored by Boston Barber & Tattoo Co.
Every neighborhood has a heartbeat; a place that represents the cultural epicenter of the area at its core. In Boston’s historic North End, that place is Boston Barber & Tattoo Co. Boston Barber & Tattoo Co. has become home to A-list Boston celebrities like Gordon Hayward, Milan Lucic, Brad Marchand, and Aron Baynes. Boston Barber & Tattoo is more than just Boston’s most well known “corner barber shop,” it’s also a tourist attraction for the 100s of 1000s of people that visit the North End throughout the year.
Boston Barber and Tattoo, a North End Landmark that represents the cultural epicenter of the area at its core. Located at 113 Salem Street.