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Thomas Fisher (SMART Local 441) / Ryan Bennett (UA Local 174)

America's Work Force Union Podcast

Thomas Fisher, Business Manager and Financial Secretary of Sheet Metal Workers Local 441,  joined the America’s Work Force Union Podcast and discussed how supply chain shortages have caused a decrease in the work hours of his membership. He also spoke about how the skillset of sheet metal workers help them adapt to new work opportunities with their craft.  UA Local 174 Business Manager/Financial Secretary-Treasurer Ryan Bennett appeared on the America’s Work Force Union Podcast and spoke about the struggle to elect more union-friendly politicians to the Michigan legislature in an effort to rescind So-Called “Right to Work” laws that were enacted in 2013.

54mins

31 Oct 2022

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Ryan Bennett Our Old Friend Turned Felon Turned Family Man Interview.

The Uneducated Duo

Pablo's childhood friend Ryan Bennett shares his story. Gerald was in California over the weekend. Mike Tyson punched a man on a plane in the face. Maradona "Hand Of God" Jersey sells for 5 million dollars. The Hypothetical moment --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theuneducatedduopodcast/support

1hr 17mins

26 Apr 2022

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Episode 83: The Future of UNT Astronomy with Ryan Bennett

OLLI at UNT Podcast

In this episode, Susan speaks with Ryan Bennett, Director of the Astronomy program at UNT. Ryan tells Susan all about the facilities the Astronomy program operates, including the Sky Theater planetarium, the Rafes Urban Astronomy Center, and the Monroe Remote Observatory. Although the pandemic and the 2021 ice storm have recently limited the program's activities, Ryan explains that there are now many opportunities for the North Texas community to take advantage of these scientific resources in their own backyard. He also gives Susan a preview of some exciting developments the program has planned for the next few years and shares some tips for beginning astronomers.To learn more about the UNT Astronomy program, visit https://astronomy.unt.edu/.Follow UNT Astronomy on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RUACatUNT/ and https://www.facebook.com/SkyTheater.The Stellarium Astronomy Software is available at http://stellarium.org/.To learn more about OLLI at UNT, visit https://olli.unt.edu or email olli@unt.edu.

34mins

20 Apr 2022

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EP16 | The 4 Elements of Growth with Ryan Bennett

The Create Purpose Podcast

Ryan Bennett is an author of The Intentional Day, speaker, serial entrepreneur, and former Academic All-American. Passion for equipping people to live a more intentional life with the mindset of an athlete but with the heart of a mentor so people can reach the life they desire. Learn more about Ryan: Ryan’s Website  Ryan’s Instagram Episode resources: Create Purpose Website Join Zach’s Mastermind Book:WhoNotHow by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy Podcast: Russell Brunson’s The Marketing Secrets Show

52mins

14 Apr 2022

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Educating Your Employees - Ryan Bennett - Leadership in Action- Episode #031

Leadership in Action

While some people may think that to be a successful entrepreneur you need a college degree or an MBA, this simply isn’t the case! Ryan Bennett has found great success in the trades with his business and now he’s sharing some great advice for how to interact with your employees and grow your company. You’ll learn all about finding what your employees are best at, why you need to communicate the opportunities for advancement within your company, and how to find more time for you to work on the business. Takeaways: You don’t need an MBA or even a college degree to be an entrepreneur and be successful! There are many great opportunities in trades and they have openings in the many vertical layers that support the entire business. As an owner, you need to find what your employees are best at doing and utilize them in ways that personally and professionally benefit the employees while also benefiting the business.  Your employees need to know that there are more opportunities to learn and grow available to them within the business. One way to find what your employees are really good at is to work side by side with them. Another way is to communicate with them and ask what they really want out of their career. When a new employee is coming in, make sure they know that whatever task they start out doing is not the only thing they’ll ever do. Show them how to do other tasks and show them you are willing to teach them to do anything they are willing to learn. As an entrepreneur, you need to allow your employees to solve problems on their own, without your involvement. While they may make mistakes, they need to learn from the experience and will never be able to if you try to solve every problem by yourself. Put aside time every day to allow yourself to think outside of the box and get in touch with mentors. Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-bennett-ba248622b/ Company Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cliffstonecorp/ Company website: https://cliffstonecorp.com/ Quote of the Show “You've got to show that you're willing to teach them anything that they want to learn and push them to grow. And then at the same time, showing them gratitude that they are willing to learn because it's helping me in the end, along with them” - Ryan Bennett Shout Outs: Entrepreneurs United - Podcast Ways to Tune In: Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leadership-in-action/id1585042233 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2t4Ksk4TwmZ6MSfAHXGkJI Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/leadership-in-action Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cubGVhZGVyc2hpcGluYWN0aW9uLmxpdmUvZmVlZC54bWw Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/4263fd02-8c9b-495e-bd31-2e5aef21ff6b/leadership-in-action YouTube - https://youtu.be/c2tQGWKgAtY

39mins

12 Apr 2022

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#57 - Ryan Bennett

Aid Thompsin & Other Disappointments

1hr 14mins

22 Jan 2022

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Ryan Bennett (on 'American Crew' single release) Interview - Spencer Hall - Radio One 91FM

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Ryan Bennett (on 'American Crew' single release) Interview by Spencer Hall on Radio One 91fm Dunedin

15 Oct 2021

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Ryan Bennett (on 'American Crew' single release) Interview - Spencer Hall - Radio One 91FM

Radio One 91FM Dunedin

Ryan Bennett (on 'American Crew' single release) Interview by Spencer Hall on Radio One 91fm Dunedin

15 Oct 2021

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Stories Inside the Man Cave, episode 74 with Adrian Colbert (NFL & former Longhorn DB) & WIN Reality's COO, Ryan Bennett

Everyone Gets a Trophy - Umbrella Podcasts

Sponsored by: http://saxtoninsurance.com &  https://www.cosmiccoffeebeer.com/ Be sure to subscribe to & follow us on our new video platform, YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSuaf06KEDv2POR4dlfR7Jw Two guests, one episode. The new addition to the sponsorship family was revealed. Cosmic Coffee & Beer Garden on the south side of Austin, TX jumped on board. The founder, Paul Oveisi has some creative ideas the Man Cave boys will add to future episodes. Former Texas Longhorn defensive back, Adrian Colbert took some time out of his hectic schedule to tell his inspiring story. Colbert finished his college football career as a Miami Hurricane, where he played for former UT defensive coordinator, Manny Diaz. Colbert changed NFL homes, he recently signed with the New England Patriots. But, the football piece is a small piece of Colbert's inspiring and compelling story. Most of Colbert's young life, his father experienced the gang life in Wichita Falls and those two didn't have the best relationship. At age six, Colbert suffered an accident on his bike which nearly took his life. That tragedy improved his relationship with his father. Colbert eventually moved to Mineral Wells where he became an additional piece of the Clarke family. A loving and caring white family which took Colbert in and providing love and support of Adrian and normalcy. During his time as a Longhorn, Colbert never truly found his role and he admitted to experiencing depression and anger. But, he is a deeply rooted Longhorn for life and takes great pride in that. He searched for a fresh start and decided to transfer to Miami (FL). That move was exactly what Colbert needed. He shined and was selected in the 7th round of the NFL Draft in 2017 and remains in the NFL. Colbert is happier and wiser and wants to positively impact other's lives. Colbert peaced out with a humorous Man Cave Story. Follow Colbert: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdrianColbert27 IG: https://www.instagram.com/adriancolbert/ During the middle segment break, we highlight a non-profit,  Divine Canine's "Barks for Beers".  It's a month long event in May in which participating Austin area breweries sell pint glasses along with a Pawsport. Those pint glasses are good for one fill at each of the participating breweries. For more information, click here: https://divinecanines.org/barksforbeers/ In segment two, the boys discuss UT baseball's postseason chances as they being their quest for their 2nd championship of the season in the Big 12 Tournament in OKC. The Chief Operating Officer of WIN Reality: https://winreality.com/, Ryan Bennett jumped inside the Man Cave to discuss this company's state-of-the-art cutting edge technology used to improve baseball and softball players skills through analytics. You can follow Ryan on IG: https://www.instagram.com/ryanbennett837/ The Man Cave boys close out this episode discussing the following: Texas A&M is searching for a new baseball coach, Texas Tech's Tim Tadlock received a lifetime contract extension,  a Longhorn football commit opted out of his senior season in high school,  Tinder Time with a peacock, and the Tell Me Something Good segment.

1hr 22mins

27 May 2021

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Episode 74 with Adrian Colbert (NFL & former Longhorn DB) & WIN Reality's COO, Ryan Bennett

Stories Inside the Man Cave

Sponsored by: http://saxtoninsurance.com &  https://www.cosmiccoffeebeer.com/Be sure to subscribe to & follow us on our new video platform, YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSuaf06KEDv2POR4dlfR7JwTwo guests, one episode.The new addition to the sponsorship family was revealed. Cosmic Coffee & Beer Garden on the south side of Austin, TX jumped on board. The founder, Paul Oveisi has some creative ideas the Man Cave boys will add to future episodes. Former Texas Longhorn defensive back, Adrian Colbert took some time out of his hectic schedule to tell his inspiring story.Colbert finished his college football career as a Miami Hurricane, where he played for former UT defensive coordinator, Manny Diaz. Colbert changed NFL homes, he recently signed with the New England Patriots.But, the football piece is a small piece of Colbert's inspiring and compelling story. Most of Colbert's young life, his father experienced the gang life in Wichita Falls and those two didn't have the best relationship.At age six, Colbert suffered an accident on his bike which nearly took his life. That tragedy improved his relationship with his father.Colbert eventually moved to Mineral Wells where he became an additional piece of the Clarke family. A loving and caring white family which took Colbert in and providing love and support of Adrian and normalcy. During his time as a Longhorn, Colbert never truly found his role and he admitted to experiencing depression and anger. But, he is a deeply rooted Longhorn for life and takes great pride in that.He searched for a fresh start and decided to transfer to Miami (FL). That move was exactly what Colbert needed. He shined and was selected in the 7th round of the NFL Draft in 2017 and remains in the NFL. Colbert is happier and wiser and wants to positively impact other's lives.Colbert peaced out with a humorous Man Cave Story.Follow Colbert:Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdrianColbert27IG: https://www.instagram.com/adriancolbert/During the middle segment break, we highlight a non-profit,  Divine Canine's "Barks for Beers".  It's a month long event in May in which participating Austin area breweries sell pint glasses along with a Pawsport. Those pint glasses are good for one fill at each of the participating breweries.For more information, click here: https://divinecanines.org/barksforbeers/In segment two, the boys discuss UT baseball's postseason chances as they being their quest for their 2nd championship of the season in the Big 12 Tournament in OKC.The Chief Operating Officer of WIN Reality: https://winreality.com/, Ryan Bennett jumped inside the Man Cave to discuss this company's state-of-the-art cutting edge technology used to improve baseball and softball players skills through analytics.You can follow Ryan on IG: https://www.instagram.com/ryanbennett837/The Man Cave boys close out this episode discussing the following:Texas A&M is searching for a new baseball coach, Texas Tech's Tim Tadlock received a lifetime contract extension,  a Longhorn football commit opted out of his senior season in high school,  Tinder Time with a peacockSupport the showPlease like and follow each of Stories Inside the Man Cave Podcast social media links on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and Tik Tok.

1hr 22mins

27 May 2021

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