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Burger Guy is back and our topic for the day is discussing upcoming movies, once again. We will talk about Suicide Squad, Captain America: Civil War, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Avengers: Infinity War-Part I and Part II, and so on. More to be discussed, right here on The Evan Nestore Show.
This is the debut episode of "Music Time starring Derek Evan". Today's topic of discussion is rapper, singer, recording artist, songwriter, and pop icon... Nicki Minaj! Do you love Nicki Minaj and her music or do you not like Nicki Minaj at all? Do you just think she's OK and only like a few of her songs, or do you have absolutely no idea who she is? One way or another, we invite you to tune in to this show, download it, and/or call in to share some of thoughts, feelings, opinions, and comments about Nicki Minaj and her music! Plus, Derek will let you know about the hottest songs of the week, and will be going back in time for a Top 40 blast from the past.
Wealthy Wednesday Radio show hosted by Luci McMonagle, an Abundance Success Coach, is for Women Entrepreneurs like you that is ready to make an impact on the world, attract your ideal clients, create more sales and use public speaking as a platform to increase your influence. Like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/WealthyWednesdayRadio
Our guest speaker is Evan Zislis has a Master’s degree in curriculum development & experiential education, he started his career as a 7th grade teacher at Aspen Middle School. Serving several nonprofits of Aspen Valley in program development & organizational leadership he created his own consulting firm in 2012. Evan is an author in The Aspen Times called “Life.Simplified.” His first book, ClutterFree Revolution: Simplify Your Stuff, Organize Your Life & Save the World, became an overnight bestseller. Recently expanded with foreword by Dr. Melva Green from critically acclaimed TV series, Hoarders, Evan will launch the new version of ClutterFree Revolution in the summer 2015. Evan’s signature programs are ClutterFree Revolution ACADEMY (a 90-day boot camp for households) and “2 for Teachers,” (a philanthropic program delivering organizational consulting to public school teachers across the country for free). www.MyIntentionalSolutions.com www.ClutterFreeRevolution.com
Evan Michael Zislis is the author of the Amazon International #1 bestselling new book, ClutterFree Revolution (coming to print this year). He's the founder of the strategies consulting firm, Intentional Solutions, and author of The Aspen Times Column Life.Simplified. The son of an Army pathologist, Evan discovered the virtues of simplicity during his youth. Traversing the planet every twenty minutes or so, Evan learned the Zen of simplifying, staying organized and refreshing new spaces—over and over again.
With a master’s degree focused in curriculum development and experiential education, Evan launched his business in 2012 and founded Intentional Solutions. Inspired by conscious consumerism, environmental conservation and a talent for organization, Intentional Solutions is a unique strategies consulting firm designed to help people simplify, so they can focus on what matters most: who we love, what we do, how and why we live; because everything else is just stuff.
Evan’s touchstone, the Intentional Solutions 3-Step Method (Simplify, Clarify, Inspire), offers a timeless and universal framework for helping people to manage clutter, both literal and figurative—in all areas of life. Working with clients locally, nationally and abroad, his professional practice delivers on-site, hands-on, practical strategies designed to help people simplify, get organized and inspire long-lasting results.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor Evan Brinkman to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the fun he has had living out his dreams and what it was like to be a part of the movie TRAINWRECK.
Brenda and Barbara will be joined by Author of KinderGarden Of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks and Comedian Evan Sayet.Evan has become the nation’s leading conservative, political comedian, an in-demand Master of Ceremony for Republican and conservative events, He is going on tour! If you have heard Evan you know how funny and on the money he is. If you haven't heard him you don't want to miss this show. Call in and join the show (657) 383-1908.
Fantasy Football Depth Perspective Session: Episode 77: Rotoworld Football Editor Evan Silva @evansilva joins Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion to analyze ascending running backs.
Latavius Murray's speed score demonstrates that he can win both by grinding out tough yards inside and scoring on long runs.
C.J. Anderson's high BMI helps make him particularly hard to tackle and Denver's offense is prolific, but that doesn't make him a first rounder in fantasy football.
Andre Williams' college resume and workout metrics are still relevant and offer a glimmer of hope.
Lamar Miller reached his fantasy ceiling in multiple ways in 2014.
If you created a high-tech chamber to mold the perfect running back, out would step Roy Helu.
Bishop Sankey's dynasty league owners need a friend.
Tyler Gaffney's college dominator rating and workout metrics are exciting, but there are legitimate reasons why he was a sixth round pick.
Advanced metrics were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
A friend describes tonight's guest this way:
"Leftists always believe and complain that when someone becomes wealthy, it is somehow wealth taken from the pockets of those who have less... as if we are in bloody existential competition for a fixed amount of resources, and the immorally aggressive get the spoils at the expense of the noble poor, ennobled by their lack.
"As if poverty is proof of moral superiority and wealth proof of the opposite. Wealthy people are to be deplored and decried, and if possible, to be plundered in the name of the poor, so that the Robin Hood ethic can be played out and everything can be equalized (it never was and never will be, but somehow it still calls to some).
"Evan Sayet reveals the simple truth. Other people making it big usually has some benefit for everyone else. If they weren't creating and offering benefit for others, then others wouldn't be rushing to give them MONEY!
So simple, but so hard to find a message that makes it easy to understand... in a world where too many messages are screaming the opposite."