Archive | Harold Rhee

37: Diane Daniels, Medicare Nation: ABC’s of Medicare Part A, B, C, D, and More

A great episode to get a taste of the ever-evolving world of Medicare, for you, your colleagues, and your family.

Diane Daniels is host of the Medicare Nation podcast and owner of Senior Advisors for Medicare & Medicaid (SAMM) in the Tampa, Florida area. We discuss the world of Medicare, including Medicare basics, fraud, and additional coverage. We also learn about Diane’s background, growing up in Brooklyn, New York. Continue Reading →

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35: Dr. Kate Levinson, Emotional Currency: Money Issues


Thanks to Julie Baeder for connecting me with Dr. Kate Levinson.

Dr. Kate Levinson wrote a book that I think is one of the most important books you, your children, your friends, and your family could read. It’s titled Emotional Currency: A Woman’s Guide to Building a Healthy Relationship with Money and it’s not just for women.

As stated on Amazon, “By understanding our intimate history and relationship with money we are better able to handle our money anxieties, solve our money problems, enjoy the money we have, and make room for other, more meaningful values.” Continue Reading →

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24: Cindy Jo Hinkleman: Adventures in Sound


Cindy Jo “C. J.” Hinkleman talks about her journey through radio, film, and audiobooks, and shares what she’s learned about sound, success, and life.

Cindy Jo Hinkleman works as an award winning audiobook director and editor. She is also an audiobook coach through her class, “Unlock the Audiobook Mystery.” Cindy Jo originally worked in radio as a production engineer, artist interviewer and syndicated show host.  After radio, she was a sound editor for feature films being nominated for numerous awards and winning an Oscar. Continue Reading →

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20: Jeffrey Ryan, Ryan & Faris: How to Make Music


Special thanks to Brian Endicott for the introduction.

What does it take to make the music you want to make? Talent? Time? The right people? Luck?

Jeffrey Ryan, of the band Ryan & Faris, and I discuss all those things along with his childhood, life, and how he’s developed as a musician throughout the years. Continue Reading →

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18: Rick Taub’s Excellent Adventure: The Midnight Blues Review & LA Music Booking


Music credits: Jonathan Hodges for Miss Mickey Champion’s “Since I Fell For You,” and Rick Taub for the Terraplane Project’s “Back Back Train”

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Photo creditRick Mendoza

Don’t ever think it’s too late to start something great.

While he listened to a variety of music growing up, Rick Taub initially started to play and perform music Continue Reading →

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16: Michelle Phi, PerezHilton.com & Afterbuzz TV: How to Get on the Path to Success


If you had any choice, where would you live?

Growing up in the Sacramento, California area, our guest Michelle Phi had a dream of living in Los Angeles. She finally got to move to LA about a year ago, working as a writer for PerezHilton.com and as a co-host on Afterbuzz TV. She talks about the draw of Los Angeles and how she likes it so far. Continue Reading →

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15: Vincent Wimbush, Institute for Signifying Scriptures: Religion, Sacred Texts, and Your World


If you think it’s tough leaving a job, imagine leaving a tenured teaching position behind.

Vincent Wimbush left a career teaching Biblical Studies in a university setting to start his own organization. Learn more about Vincent’s life, his views on learning, religion, and interpreting texts and the world around us, and why he decided to leave the confines of teaching in a college to set out on his own. Continue Reading →

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