StudioB is starting to roll back into form after many months of spotty releases. The last year was hard on everyone, and the creative community was gut punched as venues closed and artists did whatever they could to remain productive and inspired. This episode features new music from these Richmond-area artists, all released in 2021, much of it worked on during lockdown in 2020.
Lisa Smith knows a lot about helping people with their obstacles. Whether she approaches helping her clients via a number of methods including hypnotherapy, needless acupuncture, spiritual healing, mind training and neurolinguistic deprogramming. In her own words, “almost always the roots of a given problem are a set of beliefs formed early in life. This process literally un-wires these beliefs for good.”
I started riding the 150 miles from Richmond to Williamsburg and back many years ago for a dear friend who’s still fighting MS. Since then the list of people for whom I ride has grown every year as people reach out with stories of their personal stories of the fight against MS.
Given the last year (last year’s ride was virtual and this year’s is altered a bit) I am WAY behind on my fundraising. It completely snuck up on me.
Support often comes from a number of regular, dedicated donors who have been affected or have family members affected by Multiple Sclerosis. But all support and consideration is greatly appreciated. Thanks for any consideration.
When clients hire me to podcast like a pro the number two question – number one being “What should my podcast be about?” – is usually “how do I edit the podcast audio and get it ready for publishing?” That’s totally understandable. Audio production and mixing can be confusing with a steep learning curve if you’ve never worked with recording and editing software. In this video, we walk through some basic audio editing steps and techniques in Audacity, a free digital audio workstation. It doesn’t address everything as audio editing and mixing is a never-ending pursuit full of tricks, tips and tools that go further and further into detail when it comes to audio manipulation. But it should serve to provide a foundation on the road to podcast production. As always, for more details, questions and one-on-one instruction, please contact me via the contact form on the front page of the website.
In this episode, Jay talks with insurance and financial services advisor Robby Williams about financial planning with purpose. The conversation touches on subjects such as tax implications and clears up some confusion surrounding equity market versus fixed-income investment, diversification, what to keep in mind when making a long-term plan, and viewing financial planning with a purpose based on what what’s important to you both financially and personally. Robby provides a lot of honest, practical insight into important subjects that are often confusing and intimidating.