Tag Archives | Studiomouth

39: Alanna Rantala, Pianist: Her New Album “Recognize,” and Repetitive Stress

Alanna Rantala is a pianist in the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s a proud parent of two children, a graduate of the University of California at Davis and the New England Conservatory in Boston. She teaches piano to students of all ages.

Alanna discusses her life journey, her new album Recognize, and a life-changing injury early in her musical career. Continue Reading →

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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36: Lori Krolik, More Time For You: Professional Organizer Tips, Tricks, & Strategies

Thanks to Mark Dillon (Episode 25) for connecting me with Lori.

Does your mess stress you out? A professional organizer may be the answer. Lori Krolik shares her work, her life story, and some amazing tips.

Lori Krolik’s business, More Time For You, was created in 1995 to help office professionals and families establish organized systems for the important things in their lives. 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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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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17: Jon Schumacher, Hangouts That Convert: How to Hit Your Stride in a New Business


How long does it take to find your groove, your passion? For many of us, it’s a constant search. Our guest Jon Schumacher is currently involved in a cool business he has co-created called Hangouts That Convert. For Jon, it’s been an interesting journey to get to this point. 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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14: Tony Ryals, Art of Hope Gallery: How to Overcome Anything and Create a Masterpiece


If you need a reminder of how important it is to live more fully – or if are like me, need a kick in the pants to get off our collective lazy such-and-such – then this is the episode for you.

Tony Ryals was born with Arthrogryposis, which causes joints not to function properly. It affects people in different ways, and in the case of Tony, the joints in his arms, legs, hands, and feet don’t work. Continue Reading →

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13: Nancy Rhee: 7 Things About Harold + Reviews of Blue Apron, TableRunner, & Munchery


If you are searching for dinnertime simplicity, or deciding on dinner every night is a major inconvenience, listen to our reviews on this episode.

If this were a Woody Allen film, it would be Seven Things You Wanted to Know about Harold Rhee But Were Too Afraid to Ask. Or not. Continue Reading →

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12: Koy McDermott, Leaders Inspire Leaders: How to Turn Your Passion Into Your Business


Check out this podcast if you are a Millennial frustrated with work. If you are tired of working for others, Koy McDermott’s life story and journey may inspire you.

We are pleased to have Koy McDermott, founder of Leaders Inspire Leaders, as our guest on Studiomouth. He is an entrepreneurial leadership coach, striving to help Millennials and others turn their passion into business. He also hosts his own podcast, and we discuss other projects he is working on during the episode. Continue Reading →

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9: Zeph Rose: Most Interesting Person on My Street


WARNING: Personal stories with some mature content. May not be appropriate for young listeners.

Meet Zeph Rose, he’s the most interesting person in the world. More specifically, on my street.

Zeph was born in a log cabin. Really. Continue Reading →

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