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I am a comedian from Durham City, living in Glasgow. These are not comedy stories though, just stories, stories to warm the heart hopefully. They are written in 10 minutes, recorded in 5 and enjoyed in 0. Also, I don't rerecord them so if I stumble (which I frequently do) then its left in. Some are a bit rubbish, some are alright.
 
The torpedo submarine's inventor, Jack Farnum, is looking for investors to help him kick his new shipyard into high gear. He already has his crew set, with sixteen year old Jack Benson as the captain, and his friend Hal Hastings running the engines. But, there may be some changes to the crew of the Pollard on the horizon. - Summary by Ann Boulais
 
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Jay Campbell is a client of Rosewood Wealth Management who--back in 2003--argued a case before the Supreme Court, representing a group of West Virginia coal miners in the case Doe v. Chao. At a time when the Supreme Court is getting lots of attention from lots of folks, Jay shares his behind-the-scenes story of how the Court really works.…
 
Larry Falivena is a client of Rosewood Wealth Management who has been battling ALS for the last several years. He joins John Stillman in studio to discuss the disease, the emotional and financial effects on his family, and the nationwide tour of all 30 Major League ballparks that he went on last year in an effort to raise funds and awareness.…
 
Almost everyone will feel the some effects from the new SECURE Act. Some more immediately than others, but in the grand scheme almost everyone will be affected. Ron and I will help you tackle the new rules as we discuss the two most important components: the changes in stretch IRAs and the new RMD age. The most important thing to keep in mind is co…
 
There are actually a lot of principles from the personal training and fitness world that we can apply to retirement planning. Let's explore some similarities and learn how to increase our level of financial fitness. Get the full show notes for this episode at http://mrstillmansopus.com On This Episode: 1:53 - Coaches and Trainers 5:28 - Specific Go…
 
If you're heading out on a road trip, there's a long checklist of items that you want to be sure you haven't forgotten. And in retirement planning, some of those exact same items need to be addressed. Let's look at some of the items that should appear on both your road trip checklist and your retirement planning checklist. Get the full show notes b…
 
If you take a close look at most folks' financial situations, you'll find that it's almost scandalous how badly their financial matters have been handled. Let's talk about the steps people should take to create a scandal-free retirement. On this episode: 1:41 - Impeach Consumer Debt 3:51 - Stop the Leaks in your Budget 6:03 - Obstruct Your Catastro…
 
A nice moment with the audience at a gig. I ended the Caterpillar Cake bit and shouted 'Witness Me' as I sometimes do because I'm one of those arseholes. After ending on a heartfelt beat I then had to scrabble around on the floor picking up props while compere Jake Donaldson looked at me with distain. I love these kinds of moments when an audience …
 
What does tennis have to do with retirement? Probably more than you would think. We pulled three aspects to tennis that relate to retirement planning to help you understand the strategy a little better. 1. The court is different for singles versus doubles. 2. Certain players excel on a particular playing surface. 3. Holding serve is important. So s…
 
We all have one. You can usually find it in the kitchen in one of the bottom drawers. It's that place where we toss rubber bands, paper clips, batteries, chip clips, and any other random item we don't have any other place for. It's our junk drawer and we'd rather avoid it then trying to get it organized. Believe it or not, our financial portfolio h…
 
Remember your senior yearbook that included superlatives like 'Most Popular' and 'Class Clown'? Well, we're taking that idea and applying it to the financial world by picking out the investment options that are 'Most Overrated', 'Most Underrated', 'Most Popular', and 'Most Likely to Disappoint.' Check out the show notes by clicking here. Today's ru…
 
Most people have a basic knowledge of Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) but few understand how they pertain to IRAs and 401ks, as well as the intricate timing details that are essential to preparing to withdrawal for tax payments. For a better understanding of the best times to withdrawal as well as avoiding penalties, join John and Ron as they…
 
If you think about it, planning for retirement is a bit like going to the grocery store. You need to know what you need, you need to know what you're paying, and at times, you need to purchase the more expensive product. These are just a few of the similarities. Join us as we unpack this analogy and help you shop for a meaningful retirement. Click …
 
March Madness is upon us, and everyone's excited for the upsets, buzzer beaters, and Cinderella stories. As a fan, it's an emotional time of year, and believe it or not, March Madness can teach us a thing or two about retirement. Click the link for more in-depth reading in a recent blog post: https://mrstillmansopus.com/lifestyle/lessons-from-march…
 
What's the true cost of long term care? Well, that depends on what kind of care you need. Matt Ayotte and Alan Millikan, founders of Aegis Home Care, came by the studio to talk about different types of care and just how much each one can cost. Click the link for more in-depth reading in a recent blog post: https://mrstillmansopus.com/long-term-care…
 
Until you've actually experienced something for yourself, it's hard to know what to expect. And getting older is no different. Matt Ayotte and Alan Millikan, founders of Aegis Home Care, came by the studio to talk about four common misconceptions they see when it comes to the average person's understanding of the challenges of aging and healthcare …
 
Is your child or a kid in your class behaving in a way that is really challenging and you just can't figure it out? Check out this episode to learn how to begin addressing those behaviors, by learning how to think about behavior, and one system that can help teach positive behaviors. Please go check out Ross Greene's book, "Lost at School" and his …
 
In this episode we discuss IEP meetings, when they happen, why they happen, and how they should look and feel. This finishes of the series on IEP's that serve as the foundation for the content that we will be getting into in the next episodes! Check out the next episode for how to address challenging behaviors in the classroom and at home. With the…
 
In this episode we go through a quick tour of an IEP, going over each section in order, and discuss their importance for all of the stakeholders involved. Overview: Case Managers- everything is important General Education Teachers- Input for the present levels, check out the goals, and pay close attention to the supplementary aids and services. Par…
 
Today's episode is part one of a three part series tackling the heart of Special Education: The Individualized Education Plan. This episode focuses on the legal background of the IEP, how IEP's are created, and parent's legal rights in this process. Look for part 2 coming soon for a tour of an actual IEP! Thank You! For more information regarding c…
 
In this episode we focus on how the United States School system was formed, and how that system makes very little sense when you compare it to what we know about how our brains and minds work. For more information see: "How the Mind Works" by Steven Pinker https://www.raceforward.org/research/reports/historical-timeline-public-education-us…
 
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