You’ll go a long way to find anybody more passionate about harness racing than forty year old trainer Troy Williams who’s enjoying a winning streak at the moment. He talks about the stable runners who are making it possible. Troy loves a trotter and talks about Affaire De Cover who won a major 2YO Trot last year in torrential rain, and didn’t put a foot wrong. He explains that the horse got his name by accident. He profiles the stable favourite Iona Grinner who was tried as a pacer but couldn’t keep up. One day Troy left the hopples off, and got the shock of his life. The mare has won 20 races at Menangle at the trot. Troy has unpleasant memories of the floodwaters that inundated his Windsor property earlier this year. Trotting friends got him out of trouble. He explains that he enjoys the occasional race drive but chooses to use experienced drivers who are competing regularly. Troy outlines the advantages of the 1600m training track he uses adjacent to Hawkesbury racecourse. 150 horses use the facility. The trainer talks of early days at Dubbo and the talents of his parents. Troy reflects on his first meeting with his wife Iona who was a member of the NSW Mounted Police. He speaks of the equine interest of six year old daughter Charlie. He outlines his administrative role with the NSW Trotters Association.
Shipping Container Construction Loans with guest Troy Williams
Built By Baileys
Evan and Shane talk to Troy Williams of Northpointe Bank about construction loans available for shipping container construction. They also discuss how this form of home building is still very taboo with many lenders, and how to talk to a bank when it comes to financing a container build project and how this form of building is simply modular construction. Its not as off the charts as people think, and more financial institutions are now seeing the light. Shane and Evan also talk about their container and modular build projects and how close they are to starting them. Listen in!!!! financemycontainerhome.com ON INSTAGRAM FOLLOW SHANE: @shanebaileybuilder FOLLOW EVAN: @evanbailey97
“We have a country that, at its core, is rooted in racism and slavery.” We can’t untangle mass incarceration from this country’s deep and ongoing history of oppression if we truly want to transform our notion of justice and prevent harm. After serving nearly 2 decades in prison, Troy Williams is on a mission to abolish what he considers a modern day form of slavery—prison—and to use his voice and his camera to help people like himself tell their stories. Troy is (among many things) the Executive Director of Restorative Media and a 2018 Soros Justice Fellow. While incarcerated, he founded, hosted, and produced the San Quentin Prison Report. Connect with Troy: Instagram: @troywilliamsjournal Twitter: @troywmsjournal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/troywmsjournal Website: https://troywilliamsjournal.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ashley-asti/message
Ashley and Lexie welcome big Tee Willee on the show and pop his podcast cherry! Proud Los Angeles native, Troy tells us about growing up as a three sport athlete in the city of dreams with the support of his family. Lexie asks for an explanation on the rumors about “LA athletes sticking together” when they go to new teams.It is the era of the young black quarterback but things aren’t always sweet. Troy opens up about his struggles with coaching staff at the prestigious and historically white colleges; the University of Washington and the University of Utah. Now that Troy is the QB for the Edmonton Football Team of the Canadian Football League, he breaks down the differences compared to american football. Ashley asks if there are any pre-game rituals or superstitions he does before a game. Lexie asks Troy what athletes had the biggest influence on him as a young baller. Bald papi and Ashley ask how he fosters the relationships with his receivers and keeps them happy.The gang jumps back into the Snowfall bag and the girls knew that bitch T looked funny in the light! Troy gives an A1 Franklin Saint impression. Ashley and Lexie campaign to get the real South LA athlete as the leading role of “Spencer” on Netflix’s All American. WHERE IS THE JUSTICE?! Rest in peace to Daunte Wright. The girls also pay their respects to late great DMX, rest in power king. Stay safe, wear a mask + remember… No Justice, No Peace until ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER! Stay connected: @ComeThruPod @FlexxLutherr @Ashlijaayy @Teewillee3TV: What to Watch:Family Reunion on NetflixMoesha on NetflixNetflix Doc: Coded BiasSnowfall on FXAll American on NetflixHEAT SEEKERS: This Week’s Heat added to the Heat Seekers Playlist:Kalan FrFr: Look At Me Babyface Ray: Pink 10s feat. EST GeeErykah Badu: Phone Down Vibe to the Heat Seekers and follow the playlists: Apple Music/ iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/heat-seekers/pl.u-55D6ZylugW2MDM Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1BxWfYK7rJSPZhH4fBMJEt?si=9lFATMeBTDO1mvRMhbaxLQ Tidal: https://tidal.com/playlist/4eb24890-f738-4615-b98a-f68064149c27 *** Come Thru Media LLC does not own the rights to the music played during heatseekers.
Founded in 1964 by the Green Family and now owned by Troy & Marguerite Williams, Alfreda's Soul Food is a staple serving Houston's Third Ward and Museum District. In this episode, HBJ Managing Editor Jonathan Adams profiles Troy, a Houston native, who is serving a diverse group of customers many of his grandmother's favorite recipes.
Episode 1 Hair E-commerce Expert Troy Williams Got His Client So Many Leads Her Business Literally Fell Apart
Mastermind Your Life
Troy Williams from @igrowsalons is killing the game when it comes to marketing for hair brands, from selling services on Craigslist to crushing the game and helping entrepreneurs in the hair business crush it by utilizing facebook ads. Stay tuned to find out one of his clients go so many leads, her business literally collapsed !🌟 Find out what content works best🌟How to set up your store🌟 How to scale past 6 figuresFollow Troy on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/igrowsalons/Follow me at https://www.instagram.com/tolu.owoyemi/Subscribe at https://www.mastermindurlife.com/
JUST SAY IT – S01 E21 - Troy Williams and the film "The Prison Within"*Trigger Warning - difficult topics discussed**EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*JUST SAY IT podcast with host and author, Jen SluMac: Seeking Beloved Community through stories, conversations and questions. Learn more at her website.Interview Recorded: August 24, 2020Troy Williams was released on October 29th, 2014 after serving 18 years of a life sentence in San Quentin State Prison. One of the most notable parts about his incarceration is what he was able to accomplish while incarcerated. On that note, Williams has chosen not hide from his conviction. He has embraced it for what it was and positioned his experiences in life as tools that now qualify him as an expert on the issues.While serving time Williams was able to venture outside the box of inmate and create a media organization inside the walls of San Quentin State Prison. TEDx San QuentinGame Changers Project (Troy's Video)VOEG (Victim-Offender Education Project)The Film: The Prison Within websitehttps://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B08FXFLJLD/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_rAbout Jen SluMac: Jen SluMac is a hope dealer, living a life that aims to make the world beautiful and just for all. She aims to be part of the solution in a world tormented by fear and violence, separateness and isolation. Jen agrees with Mother Teresa who said, “If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” Jen’s website: https://www.soulnotskin.comJen's debut novel, soulnotskin: becoming the me I was meant to be, was inspired by true events. As a queer woman longing for a faith community, her road has been complicated but never deterred. She found her ministry in storytelling… read full bio hereBuy Jen’s book soulnotskin at Amazon (available as kindle, audible & paperback)Credits:Produced, recorded, content editing by Jen SluMacMusic, Swapping Tubes by Blue Dot SessionsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/my/profile)
Troy Williams on tertiary education reform and the 2020 Federal Budget
What now? What next? Insights into Australia's tertiary education sector
Claire is joined by the CEO of ITECA (the Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia), Troy Williams, to discuss a range of issues within the sector, as well as the changes Troy and his members have been focussed on over the last two years. -------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au