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Book Dreams is a podcast for everyone who loves books and misses English class. In each episode co-hosts Julie Sternberg and Eve Yohalem explore a book-related topic they can’t stop thinking about, everything from the genius of your favorite picture books to books bound in human skin. Julie and Eve are both award-winning authors, which allows them to come at interviews with an insider’s knowledge as well as all the wonder associated with storytelling. Book Dreams is brought to you by The Pod ...
 
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Here are a few things to consider the next time you say you’re committed.Today we want to talk about a word that will send shivers down some of your spines: commitment. You’ve probably heard someone say they’re committed to something only to not live up to the expectations. We see this all the time across the real estate world in classrooms and eve…
 
Belle da Costa Greene. Morgan Library visionary. One of the most prominent and influential librarians in history. Democratizer of museums. And, until two decades after her death, no one outside her family knew she was passing as white. We know a lot about public-facing Belle: she was JP Morgan's personal librarian from 1905 until his death in 1913,…
 
Host, YouTube channel, “Jon Gadget, Gear For Life Reviewed” This week, Ira spoke with Jon Gadget, host of the YouTube channel, “Jon Gadget, Gear For Life Reviewed.” In this handy little episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Jon talks about his love for gadgets; the successful business he built around them; why he decided to start a YouTube channel des…
 
Pigeons: rats with wings or wonder birds? Rosemary Mosco, science writer and naturalist, enters the dovecote with Eve and Julie to settle the debate. The author and illustrator of A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching: Getting to Know the World’s Most Misunderstood Bird, Rosemary defends her feral, feathered friends with an extraordinary (yet widely un…
 
Author, How Magicians Think: Misdirection, Deception, and Why Magic Matter This week, Ira spoke with Joshua Jay, author of How Magicians Think: Misdirection, Deception, and Why Magic Matters. In this conjuring episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Joshua talks about his journey through magic starting at age seven when his father showed him a trick; wh…
 
What happens when an author takes a genre that's considered a bedrock of American culture and flips the wagon upside-down? As Tom Lin puts it, “I’m not following the rules of the American Western.” The author of the debut novel The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu, Tom subverts the “old, old notions of what makes an American” and redefines the classic g…
 
President, Rojas Talent Group This week, Ira spoke with Edwin Rojas, president of the Rojas Talent Group. In this percentage episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Edwin talks about his life in entertainment, beginning with magic at age 10; his decision to focus on business and marketing; launching his career with cruise ships in Florida; why he loved …
 
What if our experience of ancient Greek plays, rather than involving stultifying boredom, could instead evoke powerful emotions? Bryan Doerries–author of many books involving ancient Greek plays and Artistic Director of Theater of War Productions–talks with Julie and Eve about the tragic loss in his life that caused Greek plays to suddenly begin “s…
 
Author, Touching Greatness This week, Ira spoke with Southern California-based sportscaster Ted Sobel, author of the evocative Touching Greatness. In this play-by-play episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Ted talks about growing up in a special time in Southern California; his friendship with Dave Hull, the L.A. air personality who encouraged him to …
 
A modern western set in hell. A tale of revenge between Krampus and Santa. One man's determined trek through the brutal landscape of purgatory. These dark stories, and more, all sprang from the imagination of the author and American gothic fantasy artist known simply as Brom. In this episode, Julie and Eve talk to Brom about what it’s like to both …
 
Author, KHJ Los Angeles: Boss Radio Forever — 1960s Rock and Roll Radio History This week, Ira spoke with Woody Goulart, author of KHJ Los Angeles: Boss Radio Forever — 1960s Rock and Roll Radio History. In this boss episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Woody talks about the amazing impact of KHJ radio in Los Angeles in the 60’s; the concept of the f…
 
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is the worth of a word? David Shariatmadari, author of Don't Believe A Word: The Surprising Truth About Language, talks with Julie and Eve about little-known origins of words and how their modern-day usage both reflects and impacts culture. For example, the word “happiness” no longer suggests a fleeting …
 
Host, YouTube channel, “Yellow Productions” This week, Ira spoke with Chris Raney, host of the YouTube Channel, “Yellow Productions.” In this peripatetic episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Chris talks about how he got the travel bug; why he created a travel video channel on YouTube, which features fun, informative, and entertaining travel guides to…
 
What’s it like for a professional ballerina to try a sedentary art form like writing? Georgina Pazcoguin, soloist with the New York City Ballet, talks with Eve and Julie about the creation of her debut memoir, Swan Dive: The Making of a Rogue Ballerina, in which she shakes the “stereotype of the uptight ballerina to bits.” Georgina takes Eve and Ju…
 
Editor, How Yiddish Changed America and How America Changed Yiddish This week, Ira spoke with Ilan Stavans, editor (along with Josh Lambert) of How Yiddish Changed America and How America Changed Yiddish. In this haimish episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Ilan talks about the reasons why, although vulnerable, Yiddish has managed to survive in the w…
 
You should always try to be learning-based in everything you do.We’re right in the middle of our “Six Personal Perspectives” series. We believe that these six practices are the key to our success. This week we’re on No. 4, so without further ado:Be learning-based.A learning-based individual is someone who has decided to constantly try and acquire k…
 
Even when history has been overlooked, ignored, or suppressed, that doesn’t mean it’s hidden. Researching and writing her novels, Kaitlyn Greenidge--author of Libertie and We Love You, Charlie Freeman--“approach[es] Black history from a place of abundance, from the idea that Black people have always been multifaceted, have always been fighting for …
 
Physical Penetration Specialist This week, Ira spoke with Deviant Ollam, a physical penetration specialist (breaking into buildings, gated communities, & “impenetrable” server rooms). In this unlocked episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Dev talks about his journey to the world of checking security for companies and organizations; how his business ro…
 
Here’s how you can improve yourself to having a purposeful mindset.Today in the third installment of our “Six Personal Perspectives” series, we’re discussing moving from “E” to “P” — moving from an entrepreneurial to a purposeful perspective. We all have habits and behaviors that come naturally to us, things that we’re naturally good at that don’t …
 
Magic. It’s just a bunch of hocus pocus…or is it? World-renowned magician Joshua Jay--author of the new book How Magicians Think: Misdirection, Deception, and Why Magic Matters--lays his cards on the table for Eve and Julie as they explore the artistry and mastery of the craft. They discuss what draws people to magic and why some devote their entir…
 
Author, Next Job, Best Job: A Headhunter’s 11 Strategies to Get Hired Now This week, Ira spoke with Rob Barnett, author of Next Job, Best Job: A Headhunter’s 11 Strategies to Get Hired Now. In this recruiting episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Rob talks about his media background; how he turned to a career in headhunting because of a phone call; ti…
 
I discuss the 80/20 rule and how we can apply it to real estate.For part two of our Six Personal perspectives, we’ll talk through the 80/20 rule. Last time, we went through self-mastery. If you missed it, you can access it here.The 80/20 principle was developed by Vilfredo Pareto back in the 1800s. What it states is that 20% of our efforts will lea…
 
Hidden behind an Olympic gymnast’s smile or a classical ballerina’s serene grace is a darker reality, one involving grueling work and, often, physical and emotional pain. Megan Abbott, Edgar Award-winning author of the recent novel The Turnout, explores the insular worlds of gymnastics, ballet, and cheerleading and uses them to spotlight the damage…
 
Author, Engulfed, The Death of Paramount Pictures and the Birth of Corporate Hollywood This week, Ira spoke with Bernard F. Dick, author of Engulfed,The Death of Paramount Pictures and the Birth of Corporate Hollywood (The University Press of Kentucky). In this cinematic episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Bernard talks about the inevitable decline …
 
To attain self-mastery, use the KASH acronym.Today’s video marks the beginning of a six-part series called “Six Personal Perspectives,” a curriculum developed by Gary Keller that was designed around self-development. The first of the six personal perspectives is self-mastery. Let’s dive in!Self-mastery starts with a process called KASH, which stand…
 
What does it say about the American Dream if immigrants achieve financial success but their children, and their children’s children, still experience a lack of belonging? What does it mean to be part of groups that are both privileged and treated as outsiders? What are the flaws in the stories we tell ourselves about our parents’ generation, and wh…
 
Author, Las Vegas Born and Raised: A Young Woman Embraces Life’s Adventures This week, Ira spoke with Roberta “Bobbie” Kane, author of Las Vegas Born and Raised: A Young Woman Embraces Life’s Adventures. In this autobiographical episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Bobbie talks about growing up as the the first known native Jewish child in Las Vegas;…
 
An example of how our team leverages showing agents to grow the business.On our team, one of the most foundational ways we encourage our agents to leverage their business is through the utilization of a showing agent. A showing agent is someone who works directly with a buyer agent to help open doors and show clients properties that the buyer agent…
 
Bryan Christy's investigations as a reporter have led to police raids of ivory shops in Vatican City, the defrocking of a pedophile monsignor, the arrest and imprisonment of the “Pablo Escobar of wildlife trafficking,” and the closing of China's ivory market. What strategies did he use to track down criminals? What mistakes did he make? Why were hi…
 
Author, X, Y & Z: The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken This week, Ira spoke with Dermot Turing, author of X, Y & Z: The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken. In this spyproof episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Dermot talks about why it was important to break the Enigma code (used by the German military in World War Two); how Polish codebreakers b…
 
What happens when a Harvard professor puts the weight of her reputation behind an alleged ancient gospel with monumental implications for the Roman Catholic Church, and the gospel turns out to be a fake? In 2012, Karen King, the Hollis Professor of Divinity at Harvard’s Divinity School, announced the discovery of a gospel in which Jesus refers to “…
 
Host, “The Carson Podcast” This week, Ira spoke with Mark Malkoff, host of “The Carson Podcast.” In this “Here’s Johnny” episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Mark talks about growing up with questions about the iconic “The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson” he couldn’t find answers for; whetting his appetite with the documentary, “King of Late Nigh…
 
Skills pay the bills in every industry, and real estate is no different.When I was listening to a podcast this week, a phrase stopped me in my tracks. “Skills pay the bills.” That hit me as a team leader who is coaching many agents on my team and outside of my team. Our coaching always comes back to skills like lead generating, time blocking, the l…
 
In this episode of Book Dreams, Julie and Eve talk with Charles Person, the youngest and only surviving member of the original Freedom Riders. In May of 1961, thirteen men and women in Washington, D.C. boarded two public buses headed for New Orleans, to test whether states across the South were abiding by the Supreme Court’s recent decision forbidd…
 
Associate Professor of Physics at University of Nevada, Las Vegas This week, Ira spoke with Dr. Jason Steffen, Associate Professor of Physics at UNLV, who also was a member of the science team for NASA’s Kepler mission. In this smorgasbordian episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Jason talks about nuclear energy, exoplanets and the Steffen Method of b…
 
The final three things new agents can do to grow their business.We’re back for the final episode of our series on the 10 steps new agents should be doing to grow their business. Today we’ll be talking about calling expired listings, for sale by owners (FSBOs), and direct action.We encourage everybody to call the recently expired listings since ther…
 
Vanessa Zoltan, author of the recently published Praying with Jane Eyre: Reflections on Reading as a Sacred Practice, is not your usual chaplain. She is an atheist who produces podcasts about treating Harry Potter, Twilight, and romance novels as sacred texts, and she runs pilgrimages and walking tours that explore sacred reading and writing. In th…
 
Founder, The Zen Speaker This week, Ira spoke with Amy Ayoub, founder of The Zen Speaker, a public speaking coaching company based in Las Vegas. She helps clients share their stories, find peace behind the podium, and move audiences to action. In this elocutionary episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Amy talks about her passion for public speaking an…
 
Here’s my latest episode on actions you can take to grow your business. Today I’m bringing you episode four of our series on the 10 actions every new agent should take. As always, these tips are aimed at new agents, but I think even experienced agents could learn a lot from them. In this episode, I’ll be going over tips seven and eight. The seventh…
 
“It’s a testament to [Jo Ann] Beard, a towering talent, that she ... deliver[s] a book as forceful as it is fine, leaving us both awed and unsettled.” -- New York Times review of Festival Days In this week’s episode, Eve and Julie talk to Jo Ann Beard about Festival Days, her extraordinary new collection of essays, some of which took decades to wri…
 
Author, Lincoln and Native Americans This week, Ira spoke with Michael S. Green, author of Lincoln and Native Americans. In this Lincolnesque episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Michael talks about the first exploration of Lincoln’s relationship with Native Americans in more than four decades; why Lincoln had a mixed record in dealing with Native Am…
 
Here are the steps that every new real estate agent should take.Welcome to episode three of my series where I go over 10 steps every agent should take to build their business. This series is meant for newer agents, but they’re still great tips that every agent should be following. Today, I’m going to start with step five: Join a networking group. G…
 
MINI EPISODE: Need help easing anxieties? Or resisting your cravings for sugar? Julie does. For this week’s episode, she sought help from neuroscientist Judson Brewer, author of Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your Mind and The Craving Mind: From Cigarettes to Cellphones to Love--Why We Get Hoo…
 
Author, UNSTOPPABLE: From Auschwitz Survivor and Penniless Immigrant to Wall Street Legend, The biography of Siggi B. Wilzig This week, Ira spoke with Joshua M. Greene, author of UNSTOPPABLE: From Auschwitz Survivor and Penniless Immigrant to Wall Street Legend, The biography of Siggi B. Wilzig. In this chutzpahdik episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel…
 
What’s it like to see stories through the eyes of a visual artist? Marla Frazee, multiple award-winning children’s book author and illustrator, shares her vision in a captivating conversation with Eve and Julie. The recipient of two Caldecott Honors and the Boston Globe Horn Book Award, Marla knew that she wanted to become an illustrator before she…
 
Owner, Abbott’s Magic Company & the 83rd Abbott Magic Get Together (August 4-7) This week, Ira spoke with Greg Bordner, owner of Abbott’s Magic Company and the 83rd Abbott Magic Get Together (August 4-7). In this magical episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Greg talks about the history of the venerable Abbott’s Magic Company, which has been making tr…
 
The steps every new agent should take to help grow their business.Today, we’ll be discussing the next steps every new agent should be taking to build their business.1. Document your journey. In this world of social media, I think just about everybody has Instagram, Snapchat, or Facebook. Whatever social media that you’re on, document your journey a…
 
“My people are from Wisconsin. We used to be from New York. We had a little real estate problem.”--Charlie Hill, comedian and member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. In this week’s episode, Julie and Eve talk to comedian, writer, and actor Adrianne Chalepah and comedy historian Kliph Nesteroff about Native Americans and comedy. An enrolled member…
 
Author, Vitagraph, America’s First Great Motion Picture Studio This week, Ira spoke with Andrew A. Erish, author of Vitagraph, America’s First Great Motion Picture Studio. In this celluloid episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Andrew talks about the two men responsible for creating Vitagraph, which became the leading producer of motion pictures for m…
 
The Baby-Sitters Club. You may know the books, but do you know their story? David Levithan--Editorial Director at Scholastic; Founding Editor of Scholastic’s PUSH imprint; and New York Times bestselling author of 23 books, including Boy Meets Boy, Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist (co-written with Rachel Cohn), and, most recently, The Mysterious Dis…
 
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