A new MP3 sermon from Heritage Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Riley James Sexton Memorial Sermon Speaker: Steve Garrick Broadcaster: Heritage Baptist Church Event: Funeral Service Date: 10/10/2021 Bible: Matthew 7:24-27 Length: 23 min.
Ep 27: Huge D-I-Y Mistakes Clients Often Make With Phillip Christenson and James Sexton
Retirement Tax Services Podcast
On this episode of Tax Q&A Friday, Steven along with his guests Phillip and James are focusing on do-it-yourself tax preparation’s pitfalls. The question is “What do you typically see go wrong with clients who insist on preparing their own taxes?” Between Roth conversions and other strategies, there’s a lot that financial advisors may have to fix. Are you interested in content that provides you with action steps that you can take to provide massive tax value to your clients? Then don't wait to sign up for our powerful online training sessions. Click on the link below to get started on your journey: https://www.go.retirementtaxservices.com/rts-registration-0728-a
Ep 25: Amazing Strategy Rewards CPA-CFA Partners' Risk With Phillip Christenson and James Sexton
Retirement Tax Services Podcast
Steven’s guests this Monday are Phillip Christenson and Jim Sexton of Phillip James Financial. Phillip, a CFA; and James, a CPA ,comprise an independent practice that provides both wealth management and tax preparation services. A professional advisor-accountant partnership isn’t run-of-the-mill. But the surprising part is how they got their practice to where it is today: At one point, they made a conscious decision to lose 50% of their clients.
248: James Sexton | How to Stay in Love: Advice From a Divorce Lawyer
Work Hard Play Hard
Resources:Learn more: nycdivorces.comHow to Stay in LoveIf You’re In My Office, It’s Already Too LateTwitter: twitter.com/nycdivorcelawInstagram: instagram.com/nycdivorcelawyerMastermind: workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermindConnect with us on Instagram: @kimmurgatroyd | @robmurgatroydJames Sexton is one of the most sought-after divorce attorneys in New York City and, unlike most attorneys, he wants to help couples mitigate the chances of ever winding up in his office. James’ books — If You’re In My Office, It’s Already Too Late and How to Stay in Love — take a completely different perspective on how to think about relationships, and he has the uncanny ability to communicate his point in a way that takes you along with him on the journey to understanding.In This Conversation We Cover: [03:49] How divorce brings out the worst in people[15:03] Wanting to study matrimonial law[16:53] The raw reality of divorce[17:51] What is going on with couples before the call the divorce lawyer[24:11] What it is about divorce that drives people crazy[34:55] A divorce attorney’s thoughts on Divorce Story[38:35] When divorce lawyers don’t feel great about what they have to say or do[44:47] Releasing the stress valveFollow me on social media @robmurgatroyd on Instagram and check out workhardplayhardpodcast.com.Work Hard Play Hard is a production of Crate Media
James Sexton: Marriage Advice from a Divorce Lawyer
“Relationships are chapters in a long story,” says James Sexton, author of How to Stay in Love. Today, Sexton teaches us what he’s learned from twenty years as a divorce lawyer and from his own divorce. To make a marriage last: “Never stop trying to close your spouse,” says Sexton. Take preventative measures. Have a plan for how you’re going to argue and be in conflict—before you’re in conflict. Mind your plate. Pay attention. It’s not about being right. It’s about being happy. And if you’re not happy, have the courage to close one chapter and open another with compassion—for your partner and yourself. (For more, see the goopfellas podcast hub.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
JAMES J. SEXTON, is a trial lawyer with two decades of experience negotiating and litigating high-conflict divorces. He’s taken his expertise as a long-time, hard-hitting divorce lawyer, gathered the collective wisdom from his practice, replete with “how-not-to” cautionary tales, and provided a candid, witty, and non-judgmental guide for how to stay—stay sexy, stay in love, and stay happily married. Sexton lives in Manhattan. For more information on his practice, visit www.nycdivorces.com.James Sexton is a trial lawyer with two decades of experience negotiating and litigating high-conflict divorces, and has gathered the collective wisdom from his practice. In his new book, HOW TO STAY IN LOVE, James reveals unvarnished truths about romantic relationships, diving straight into the most common relationship problems and uses those insights to help readers strengthen and revitalize their bond, and stay out of his divorce office.
Ep 142 - James Sexton - How To Stay Married In A Toxic World
SISTERHOOD OF SWEAT - Motivation, Inspiration, Health, Wealth, Fitness, Authenticity, Confidence and Empowerment
Marriage is never easy, but it gets more complicated in our current society. Are you struggling with connecting to your partner? Is social media getting in the way of your relationship? In this episode, we discuss how to keep your relationship connected in our toxic society with all the distractions and pressures we have to face. In this episode I talk with James Sexton, divorce lawyer turned relationship expert, joins us to discuss what makes relationships work in our current society, and what struggles modern day relationships struggle. As the author of If You're in My Office, It's Already Too Late: A Divorce Lawyer's Guide to Staying Together, James uses his 20 years of experience as a divorce lawyer, as well as being divorced himself to give feedback to those hoping to create a stronger relationship. We discuss what things can be done to build a stronger relationship, and what things are important to realize for yourself, as well as in your partner. Questions I asked: How did a divorce attorney start giving marital advice? Are people happier once they get divorced? Are expectations part of the divorce issue? How many marriages are broken up by social media? What are some ways to divorce-proof your marriage? How can you learn to be better at marriage? How to deal with a bad relationship? What are three tips you could leave with the audience? Topics Discussed: Giving your relationship preventive maintenance. The goal of marriage is to be happy. Being happy after a divorce. Comparison on social media. Managing expectations. Staying connected in your marriage. Social Media and Infidelity. “Chore”play? Realizing it’s time to leave a relationship. Two commandments about cheating. The hardest part is starting to make a change. Little choices that add up in a relationship. Quotes from the show: “In a relationship, no single raindrop is responsible for the flood, but the flood comes.” @nycdivorcelaw @SisterhoodSweat “The goal of marriage is not to not get divorced, it’s to be happy.” @nycdivorcelaw @SisterhoodSweat “When you look at social media, you’re looking at greatest hits.” @nycdivorcelaw @SisterhoodSweat “You make a lot of small decisions, and one day you turn around and your body isn’t in the shape you want. It’s the same decisions.” @nycdivorcelaw @SisterhoodSweat “We all want a cheerleader. We want someone who boosts us up and makes us feel beautiful or handsome.” @nycdivorcelaw @SisterhoodSweat “There’s nothing more important then paying attention.” @nycdivorcelaw @SisterhoodSweat How you can stay in touch with James: Twitter Instagram Website Buy the Book How you can stay in touch with Linda: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest YouTube SoundCloud "Proud Sponsors of the Sisterhood of S.W.E.A.T" Essential Formulas My daily energy stems from mushrooms... mushroom coffee that is! Have you checked out Four Sigmatic yet? If you want a coffee that contains superfoods and adaptogens like rhodiola, eleuthero, and schisandra to help you live a healthier, more enhanced life, then you need Four Sigmatic mushroom coffee in your daily routine! Check out their products here and be sure to let me know what you think of it!
Ep. 49 Relationships and Recommendations with James Sexton
We're talking relationships today on The Stacks with long time divorce lawyer and author James J. Sexton. We discuss James' book If You're in My Office, It's Already Too Late a guide on how-not-to be married. We get some good relationship advice, and some even better book recommendations, plus we talk about our favorite lawyer narratives.Everything we talk about on today's episode can be found below in the show notes. The Stacks participates in affiliate programs, and shopping through the links below (mostly Amazon) helps support the show, at no cost to you.BooksIf You're in My Office, Its Already Too Late by James J. Sexton, Esq.The Library Book by Susan OrleanThe Ninja by Eric Van LustbaderThe Sololist by Mark SalzmanLying Awake by Mark SalzmanSellevision by Augusten BurroughsRunning with Scissors by Augusten BurroughsDry by Augusten BurroughsLittle Children by Tom PerrottaElection by Tom PerrottaBig Little Lies by Liane MoriartyThe Black Witch by Laurie ForestThe Iron Flower by Laurie ForestHarry Potter by J. K. RowlingThe Power of the Dog by Don WinslowThe Force by Don WinslowThe Cartel by Don WinslowWe Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel ShriverA Mother's Reckoning by Sue KleboldColumbine by Dave Cullen12 Rules for Life by Jordan PetersonThe Exorcist by William Peter BlattyLegion by William Peter BlattyGrace and Grit by Ken WilberThe World's Religions by Huston SmithIf You're in My Office, It's Already Too Late by James J. Sexton (Audiobook)The Way of the Superior Man by David DeidaThe Leaves of Grass by Walt WhitmanAmusing Ourselves To Death by Neil PostmanConscientious Objections by Neil PostmanThe Rainmaker by Johnathan GrishamThe Abuse of Innocence by Paul EberleJust Mercy by Bryan StevensonJohn GrishamAnd the Band Played On by Randy ShiltsGood and Mad by Rebecca TraisterEverything ElseLaw and Order (NBC)The Love Boat (ABC)Fantasy Island (ABC)The New York Times Book Review"I'll Have What She's Having: Books for Better Sex and Better Relationships" (Judith Newman, The New York Times)Aaron SorkinAmazon KindleMetallicaThe Daily (The New York Times)National Public Radio (NPR)Mob DeepGarth BrooksAriana GrandeCalvin HarrisRage Against the MachineJohn Grisham's The Rainmaker (Francis Ford Coppola, 1997)Matt DamonThe McMartin Preschool Trials (History.com)Niel DeGrass TysonConnect with James': James' Instagram | James' Twitter | James' WebsiteConnect with The Stacks: Instagram | The Stacks Website | Facebook | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Goodreads | Traci's InstagramTo contribute to The Stacks, join The Stacks Pack, and get exclusive perks, check out our Patreon page. We are beyond grateful for anything you're able to give to support the production of this show. If you prefer to do a one time contribution go to paypal.me/thestackspod.SponsorsAudible- to get your FREE audiobook download and FREE 30 day trial go to audibletrial.com/thestacks.The Stacks participates in affiliate programs. We receive a small commission when products are purchased through links on this website, and this comes at no cost to you. Shopping through these links helps support the show, but does not effect opinions on books and products. For more information click here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.