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In episode 33 of Triplecast, Cory & Travis discuss Back to the Future Part 3, directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Bob Gale.
Back to the Future Part 3 begins with Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) stranded in 1885. Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) learns of the Doc’s grizzly fate and rushes to save him with a little help from his 1955 counterpart.
Welcome to Stuff I Learned Yesterday. My name is Darrell Darnell, my favorite number is 38, and I believe that if you aren’t learning, you aren’t living. In today’s episode of Stuff I Learned Yesterday I’m pleased to bring you another installment of the Friday Forum.
Today’s featured client is Jim Cumbee. Jim has over 25 years of experience buying and selling small business and uses that experience along with the knowledge he gained while getting his MBA from Harvard to each episode of his weekly podcast, Entrepreneur’s M & A Journal. Each week Jim interviews entrepreneur’s who have built their business up and sold it to a third party. They discuss the challenges and rewards of selling a business, provide unique insight to the listeners, and help educate those who are looking at a merger or acquisition. You can check out Entrepreneur’s M & A Journal at www.tnvalleygroup.com.
Today is the Friday Forum!! In today’s episode of Stuff I Learned Yesterday I share a contribution from Don. You can participate in Friday Forum by visiting our Feedback Page or calling our voice feedback line at 304-837-2278. Read More…
In “Reconciliation”, Julia and Big Jim make up (maybe), Julie and Barbie really make up (really), and Joe and Norrie … don’t. Meanwhile, Sam and Junior become drinking buddies (sort of), and the answer to where Melanie Cross’ school books kept disappearing to is discovered.
It must be another issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette. Get your issue now at the old fire station before it blows up again.
The Shadow and Miss Ice have gone underground! In episode 0 of Central City Underground, the two rogue citizens of Central City manage to hijack 1220 AM WCCU radio in order to get the word out about strange goings-on in the aftermath of the S.T.A.R. Labs explosion.
In this exclusive recording, listen to them explain who they are, what their mission objective is, and their story about strange encounters with seemingly impossible circumstances! There is something big brewing in Central City and they want to make sure people know that there is a place to go for the real news. No sugar coating. No coverups. That is the CCU guarantee. Read more…
There is so much happening all around us every day. I regularly receive comments like, “I could never do that show because I don’t really learn that much.” Or, “I don’t know how you come up with so much stuff to talk about.” Honestly, it is a real challenge on some days, and other days, it just flows out and I’ll have ideas for 2 or 3 episodes all at once.
If you’re someone that thinks they aren’t learning anything, I’d like to challenge that. Maybe you aren’t the type to be able to put your life lessons into a story like I do. Maybe the stuff you’re learning doesn’t seem as inspiring, or important, or life changing as my stuff. I don’t know about that. Don’t sell yourself short.
What I’ve learned is that because I have put myself in a situation where I MUST come up with stuff to share with you, I’m a lot more aware of stuff around me. Literally everywhere I go, every conversation I have is now viewed through the lens of “what am I learning from this.” That’s not a bad thing.
Because I’m more focused on what I’m learning, I’m growing more and noticing more things that need attention in my life. I’m noticing others more. I mean, I’m seeing the needs of others, learning more by observation, and listening more.
So that’s my challenge to you. Maybe blogging is not your thing. Maybe podcasting is not your thing. That’s okay. Have you ever considered journaling? Grab a cheap notebook the next time you’re at the store and take a few minutes at the start or end of your day to reflect, meditate, and write down your thoughts. You’ll start noticing stuff you never realized that you noticed. You’ll grow at a faster pace because you’re more aware of stuff. And over time, you’ll see the growth rings of your life imprinted on those pages. Read More…