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  • 00:19

    Jim Tam of Hertz on Transformed Traveler

    in Lifestyle

    Jim Tam, Vice President of Hertz, joins The Transformed Traveler to discuss his sensory travel experiences in Florence.


    This show is sponsored by Life Lessons from Family Vacations, debuting June 15, 2015 from www.rowman.com

  • 00:30

    Be Transformed By The Renewing Of Your Mind!

    in Religion

    Are you a Spirit-filled Christian? If so, what do you think about everyday? Is the majority of your thoughts centered on Christ and His word? Do you meditate on the teachings of Jesus and wisdom from above? Do you take captive every thought that sets itself up against the knowledge of God? These are some of the questions you have to ask yourself if you want to press on to holiness, maturity, and mind renewal. Listen in and be blessed by this very important word and key to spiritual victory in Christ!

  • 01:04

    Make Everything Free (Starting with this Show)

    in Technology

    Some pundits are saying that a complete reset of the the economy is in order or is perhaps even inevitable.


    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon argue that nobody is thinking nearly big enough, or long-term enough about re-setting the economy. Accordingly, they present a modest proposal for changing the economy: MAKE EVERYTHING FREE.


    How do we go about making everything free? We start with some of the big stuff: 


    FREE GOVERNMENT


    FREE MONEY


    FREE ENERGY


    FREE HEALTHCARE


    FREE STUFF


    FREE PAYCHECK / FREE OWNERSHIP


    Your hosts discuss how all these ideas can work together, and why FREE DIRT might be a deciding factor. Join us!


     


    (WT 116)

  • 01:02

    How to Worry Wisely: And What Not to Worry About

    in Technology

    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon explore future-related developments beginning with a piece from the Economist on why we should move forward (cautiously) with artificial intelligence. If you want a quick lesson in how much the world has changed in recent years, get your head around these ideas: 


    1. It's an article on aritificial general intelligence in the Economist


    2. It takes the idea of AI seriously and points out the risks


    3. It says we should go ahead with it.


    Welcome to the future, folks!


    Other topics:


    Tesla's home battery business goes viral 


    NASA's Impossible Drive


    IBM's Watson supercomputer to speed up cancer care 


    Cars without Windows?
     


    Join us!


     


    WT 115

  • 01:02

    Past Performance: Why Failed Ideas Succeed Later

    in Technology

    A decade and a half ago, WebVan, a same-day grocery delivery service, crashed and burned in what was probably the most spectacular failure of the original dot-com bust. Many lessons were learned from the Webvan story, but were they the right lessons? Today Amazon, Wal-Mart and others are scaling up same-day delivery while a company like Deliv might just be the next Uber.


    What happened? What changed?


    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon explore some of the possible differences between the world of WebVan and our world by looking at some interesting current news items:


    Consider Pitching A “Virtual Startup” To Your Boss


    How successful people work less—and get more done


    Nest CEO Tony Fadell on the Future of the Internet


    In 2025, IKEA Thinks Your Kitchen Will Include Drones


    Wait, what does any of this have to do with same-day delivery? Tune in and explore.


    (WT 114)

  • 00:28

    Dr. Vincent Bacote on Transformed Traveler...finding a purpose

    in Lifestyle

    Dr. Vincent Bacote is the featured guest on Transformed Traveler today. Our discussion is about finding your purpose in life through adventure travel.


    FIND MEANING IN YOUR WORK


    New Documentary Connects Your Identity in Christ to Your Daily Vocation


     


    (Naples, FL)  Everyone does NOT have a dream job.Millions of people have unfulfilling jobs and are unhappy in their work. But what if we are looking at our work all wrong? A new documentary is challenging Christians to look at work in a whole new way. Going On Vocation bucks the popular trend in today’s culture to “follow your bliss” and reveals how you can connect your identity Christ to any vocation and find your calling.


    "If we do not connect our faith to our work then Christianity becomes nothing more than a leisure time activity," says Dr. Greg Forster, program director at the Kern Family Foundation. Faith should not be turned off when we are on the job. Faith should permeate our attitudes and our actions in every aspect of life.


    “Viewing our work as serving God and serving others is transformational if we truly grab a hold of that concept,” says Dr. Chris Armstrong, a faculty member in Biblical and Theological Studies at Wheaton College. “We can find joy in helping people in a God-honoring way”


    Going on Vocation is a two-part documentary teaching series. Through personal stories of ordinary people at work and expert insight and advice from some of today’s leading voices on faith and work, viewers will discover that vocation or calling is about much more than a paid job.


     


    This show is presented by Rowman & Littlefield, debuting Life Lessons from Family Vacations on June 7th, 2015. Order today at www.amazon.com or www.rowman.com.

  • 01:04

    10 Things You Don't Know About the Future

    in Technology

    Think you know the future? Well, think again.


    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon present a list of 10 potentially startling, mystifying, and some downright shocking things that are in your future, or the world's future, that you may have not thought of or even heard about before. 


    So, granted, it should probably be called "10 things you PROBABLY" don't know about the future." But if you don't know even one of them...let's just say that any one item on the list has the potential to change everything.


    Join us.

  • 00:07

    CSF's Alaska Wilderness Missions features Anchorage Entrepreneur Randy Comer #2

    in Dads and Family

    Learn more about Alaska Wilderness Missions as host Richard Jordan interviews Anchorage, Alaska businessman Randy Comer who has been instumental in many of CSF's father/son mission/construction projects across Greatland Alaska since 1997. From participating in the construction projects with his three sons to hosting over ten annual Sportsmen's Prayer Breakfast and other outreach forums, Randy has served as a founding member of Alask'a broad and impactful outreach to sportsmen. 


    In 2009, Randy led a CSF expedition on snow machines across Alaska's landscape over 350 miles in tracking a large part of the Ididarod Trail where the IRON DOG race lierally plows the course for the annual sled dog event each February. A successful hotelier in Anchorage, Randy has the family owned "Anchorage City Limits Lofts" with over 250 rooms. and a first class music cafe and studio which has premiered many recording stars as well as serving as CSF's Alaska Headquarters.  


    You do not want to miss this exciting interview with one of Anchorage, Alaska's great entrapreneurs and civic leaders who has helped to pioneer the landscape of this cold northern region's thriving economy. As a committed follower of Jesus Christ Randy has a deep love for marriage, family, country and his church. Call in with your questions for Randy during the second half of the show. Thanks for listening in. You will be blessed! 

  • 00:11

    Transformed Traveler discusses successful travel buddies

    in Lifestyle

    The Transformed Traveler show features the wisdom of NY Times writer Stephanie Rosenbloom as she unpeals the "travel onion" on what friends/buddies to travel with. 


    It's all about PACE, TASTE and INTEREST.


    This show is sponsored by Life Lessons from Family Vacations, debuting June 2015 from Rowman & Littlefield, presented by AAA Colorado. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for deep discounts on this hilarious book.

  • 01:48

    PotStockRadio.com w/Charlo Greene of The Alaska Cannabis Club & Livewire Energy

    in Finance

    This week on #PotStockRadio Eric @EbizDizzle Ry @ryanmgodfrey and Trace @supergravy welcome Charlo Greene of The Alaska Cannabis Club. We'll discuss her decision to leave her job to get involved in medical marijuana and her role in activism of marijuana laws. We've discussed it on the show for weeks that we think she's awesome so we can't wait to have her on the show. Then we'll talk with Tony Togerud and Bill Hodson of Livewire Energy  $LVVV to get a better understanding of how the company will be involved in the worlds of marijuana and hemp and the financial questions you maybe investors want answers to.


     As always any questions or feedback about the show can be directed to eric@potstockradio.com and don't forget to check outPotStockRadio.com for updates and news!PotStockRadio does not condone or promote the use of any illegal substance. Also, PotStockRadio is for educational and entertainment purposes only!

  • 00:31

    CSF's Alaska Wilderness Missions features Anchorage Entrepreneur Randy Comer #1

    in Dads and Family

    Learn more about Alaska Wilderness Missions as host Richard Jordan interviews Anchorage, Alaska businessman Randy Comer who has been instumental in many of CSF's father/son mission/construction projects across Greatland Alaska since 1997. From participating in the construction projects with his three sons to hosting over ten annual Sportsmen's Prayer Breakfast and other outreach forums, Randy has served as a founding member of Alask'a broad and impactful outreach to sportsmen. 


    In 2009, Randy led a CSF expedition on snow machines across Alaska's landscape over 350 miles in tracking a large part of the Ididarod Trail where the IRON DOG race lierally plows the course for the annual sled dog event each February. A successful hotelier in Anchorage, Randy has the family owned "Anchorage City Limits Lofts" with over 250 rooms. and a first class music cafe and studio which has premiered many recording stars as well as serving as CSF's Alaska Headquarters.  


    You do not want to miss this exciting interview with one of Anchorage, Alaska's great entrapreneurs and civic leaders who has helped to pioneer the landscape of this cold northern region's thriving economy. As a committed follower of Jesus Christ Randy has a deep love for marriage, family, country and his church. Call in with your questions for Randy during the second half of the show. Thanks for listening in. You will be blessed!