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How confident are you of making and managing your own money? How do your abilities stack up against the abilities of others? Most people think they are the “only one” who doesn’t have this area of life nicely handled. Bob Wheeler says that is not at all the case! As with many other areas of life, we humans are just now “waking up”, financially speaking. With each of us having our own unique relationship with money and its meaning, this can feel quite complicated. Bob, a trained accountant, wants to help us all transform our beliefs about money and its management, and help us get in charge as we all awaken! You can ask Bob Wheeler questions about your own money situation while we’re on the air---888-498-0570---so don’t miss this show!
Is Your Money Nerve Overactive or Numb? Or, somewhere in between? Thank goodness Bob Wheeler accepted my invitation to be on Full Power Living. Don’t you think it’s a great time (before the Holidays) to wake up to your beliefs about money, your patterns for managing money, and to new perspectives that put you in charge of money for your life? I’m sitting in the front row. You can sit there, too. Call in! 888-498-0570.
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Paris, terrorism. Viewing the world in terms of targets to kill rather than people to influence or views to understand. Commentary from Avedon Carol and Marcy Wheeler. Jay Ackroyd hosts.
The 2015 VS Media Panel: Andrew Jerrell Jones, Avedon Carol, Cliff Schecter, David Dayen, Dave Johnson, David Waldman, digby, Gaius Publius, Joan McCarter, Marcy Wheeler, Sara Robinson, Susan Madrak, Spocko, Stuart Zechman
Zach Bourne will share tips on experiencing happiness from the inside out.
Marcy Wheeler (@emptywheel EmptyWheel Blog) and Dave Johnson (@dcjohnson Seeing the Forest) have a lot to talk about. Nobody ('cept Newt) wants to be Speaker of the House. Transpacific Partnership agreement is reached. What does that mean for the 99%, and national sovereignty. And, at last, Sanders and Clinton meet sorta face to face in the first Democratic primary debate.
Zach Harper (@talkhoops) of CBS Sports joins Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) to preview the Minnesota Timberwolves season. Topics include: How Andrew Wiggins can improve in his second season, the ceiling of Karl Towns, which of the other young prospects on the team will be part of the future, the squad's best lineups, whether young players should be handed entitlement minutes, and a season prediction.
After more than 2 years Actor Zach Sale stops by the show to talk about his upcoming projects and what he has been up to since the last time he was on the show.
Zach Sale was born on a hot and sunny June 4 in 1983. Almost from birth, Zach was a showman. He put on plays with his younger brother Kyle. He read passages from books in elementary school aloud with character voices. Everyone knew from the beginning that he was going to be an entertainer.
As he got older, Zach excelled in school. He was even the salutatorian of his graduating high school class. He was a Disney dreamer and graduated with a 4.0. Zach was also the captain of his varsity wrestling team and was conference champion.
Zach has thrown himself into auditioning,training, workshops, and any other activities that can help him step up his game.
Marcy Wheeler, automotive expert, briefly discusses the race for the first driverless car.
Then we discuss the use, and misuse, of "crazy" as a way of describing Republicans on the Tea Party wing. Marcy argues that in an envrionment of absolutely insane policy like the US in Syria, or the F35 fighter project, we should be careful when throwing the C word around. One of the Village centrists' crazy policies is domestic surveillance--massive violations of the Fourth Amendment that Freedom Party Republicans work against. CISA, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act comes up. You can read some background on CISA and follow all these stories on emptywheel.net.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski & Zach Clark for the College Football Blitz this morning at 11:00 a.m. on the Fantasy Sports Warehouse Radio Network, Blog Talk Radio & streaming live worldwide on SpaceoastDaily.com
Today, the College Football Playoff Top 10 will receive quite a shakeup courtesy of the “Big” conferences….In the “Big 10” its Michigan State & Ohio State playing for their seasons. A loss by either team and their chances of playing in the CFB playoffs diminishes greatly.
Over in the Big 12, it’s the state of Oklahoma vs. the rest of the college football world. OSU will look to remain undefeated and in control of their own destiny as the No.4 Cowboys host the No.10 Baylor Bears…..
Big Game Bob gets the chance to once again prove he is just that as his seventh ranked Sooners host the No.11 TCU Horned Frogs. Alan & Zach break down all three games and the rest of the day in college football conference by conference.
The guys will also tell you the doomsday scenarios for each conference, as well as take a look at the Heisman Trophy race with just 3 weeks to play. You won’t want to miss this edition of the College Football Blitz.
Bob Wheeler is a CPA for over 25 years and will be sharing how to navigate the emotions of Money. You will learn how to replace outdated belief systems related to money, how to overcome fears around money, how to have a healthy relationship with money and how to create honest budgets. You will gain a clear understanding of your words about money, how to envision your new financial future and how to mental map your financial future. http://www.themoneynerve.com
Callywood Live with Zach Savage
Zach Savage was born in a small town in Northern Louisiana. He was adopted as an infant by a southern Baptist Minister and his family. Growing up in Louisiana proved to have its challenges. When Zach was three years old he began playing the drums and singing gospel music.
As the years passed he continued to write and play music. By this time he’d learned to play several other instruments extremely well. As he got older things changed again for Zach. He discovered HIP HOP music and he embraced it. He thought he had to be in the streets and doing drugs, living the lifestyle he assumed represented the culture. He started hanging out and doing drugs. And the drugs got him into trouble. He was given the option of going to Angola State Prison, the military or leaving the state for California. If he chose California he could never return to his home town. Zach chose California.
When he landed in Cali, he started to play music again. This time he connected with likeminded people who were into music and philanthropy. He felt he was finally home. As he continued to play and write music more people recognized that he was special, that he truly had a gift. A gift that was so undeniable he was signed by Mark Pitts at RCA.
Zach lives in Los Angeles with his own family now. He continues to play and write music daily. If he is not feeding the homeless, he is painting, sketching, writing or rehearsing. “I know God has given me another opportunity to share my art. I want to do good things with my life,” says Zach.