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William Matthews

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#174: How to Avoid Going Broke - William Matthews

Man Alive

Today's Man Alive podcast guest, William Matthews, is the author of three books, including Financial Lessons Learned From My Broke @$$ Friends. He brings lightness, humor and practicality to the financial domain, to help you make smart decisions with your money. It's important to be current with yourself about how you're doing with money these days. Are you making as much as you need? Are you saving for your future? Do you have a clear sense of a financial plan in the short and long term?  Money is one of the greatest causes of stress people face. It's stressful on its own and then navigating it with a romantic, or business, partner magnifies that stress.  Having clarity and plans with your finances reduces stress and allows you to strategize and navigate out of financial hardship. But most of us never learned how to create this clarity! Most education, at least in the U.S., does not include financial literacy. In our Man Alive conversation we discussed: Common financial pitfalls and how to avoid them How to set yourself up for a more secure financial future Tips to save and be more conscious about how you spend your money Options for borrowing money when you don't have it on hand  Why you may not want to close your credit card and other tips for managing debt Connect with Will Matthews Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/will-s-matthews-b392b876/   Connect with Shana James    Website: shanajamescoaching.com/3ways   Curious what you’d need to become a better leader and lover? Take the quiz For Women: Modern dating doesn’t have to be a nightmare for women


4 Mar 2021

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78: What Does It Mean To Be Inclusive with William Matthews- Nights at the Round Table- Ep 78

Nights At The Round Table Pod

We sit down with singer/songwriter/social activist William Matthews and discuss what does it actually mean to be inclusive? Is anyone truly open to sitting down and sharing a table with someone who dislikes you and what you stand for in the name of being inclusive? Are there boundaries to that term and if so what are they? If there truly are limits to that word in our lives, then can we really use it definitively? All this and more! Pull up a chair, you're all invited to the table, truly.Find William at:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/williammatthewsx/And his new song "Judas" https://wmx.lnk.to/judasTo support the podcast become a part of the Patreon Family for as low as 2 bucks a month!www.patreon.com/NATRTCHECK OUT MY MUSIC ON SPOTIFY AND PLEASE GIVE ME A FOLLOW!https://open.spotify.com/artist/3HWMxHfbtrP3H39BnsquW8?si=KT-pG4EZSryYqwQp5QjBQAFOLLOW US and click the bell on Instagram and Youtube to get notified when we post!Anjelah Johnson:Youtube-  @Anjelah JohnsonWebsite- https://anjelah.comInstagram/Twitter- @anjelahjohnsonManwell Reyes:Website- Manwellreyes.comInstagram/Twitter- @manwellreyesBrandon Smith:Website- https://www.thesaintslabel.comInstagram- @saintbsmith


3 Mar 2021

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...From American Politics: Polarization w/ William Matthews

Reclaiming My Theology

On this weeks episode, Brandi is joined by the all around talented William Matthews. They talk about polarization and the way that it shapes the Christian imagination. They also reference an article about Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris that can be found here. If you like what you hear please subscribe, rate, and review wherever you find your podcasts and if you would like to financially support, you can do so at patreon.com/brandinico.

1hr 14mins

22 Oct 2020

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Episode 47 (The Party of White Grievance) with William Matthews


This is a conversation with William Matthews, the filmmaker, singer, writer, and artist who was formerly on staff with Bethel in Redding, CA.  Corey and William discuss evangelical's view of politics, God, faith, justice, and William's new short film "We Don't Give Up." Contend with our guest: On Twitter: @WilliamMatt22 Watch the short film here: https://t.co/qyhzyXomXC?amp=1 Contend with us: On Twitter: @coreyevanmusic On Instagram: @coreyevanleak and @existentialpodcast  Our Patreon: http://patreon.com/coreyevanleak


13 Oct 2020

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The Hunt: Michael W. Smith vs. 4HIM (with William Matthews)

Good Christian Fun

William Matthews (The Liturgists Podcast! @WilliamMatt22!) joins Kevin and Caroline for another round of The Hunt For The Worst Christian Song of All Time!PATREON!Subscribe to our Patreon to get a weekly 2nd Service episode and become a "Patreon saint" ;)GCF - Second Service Patreon!CHARITY:This month we're matching iTunes reviews with donations to GLITS. They need our support right now so please give! Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and we’ll match it with $1. 3000 reviews = $3000 donated!Advertise on Good Christian Fun via Gumball.fm

1hr 23mins

23 Sep 2020

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Ex-NFL Athlete William Matthews Now Focuses on Community Building with Impact Investing

Women in Business Podcast


9 Sep 2020

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William Matthews

Carry The Fire Podcast

Hey everyone! Today on the pod we are joined by William Matthews. William is a recording artist, a host of the popular podcast The Liturgists, and an advocate for social change fighting against racism, voter suppression, climate change, and more. In our conversation we go deep into the good, true, and beautiful of Star Trek and I try to get William to sell me on why I should be a Trekkie, we discuss philosopher Rene Girard’s theories of mimetic desire and scapegoating, and William explains why certain voices should be excluded from the conversation not because they are conservative or liberal, left or right, but rather because they are bad-faith actors being weaponized against us. Let’s dive in. FEATURED LINKS William Matthews Official William on Twitter William on Instagram SHOW LINKS Carry the Fire Podcast Website Instagram  Twitter Produced by Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com

1hr 21mins

13 Jul 2020

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William Matthews: On Black Lives Matter

Real Good Company

In today’s episode, co-hosts Caitlin and Allison are joined by good friend William Matthews. William is a singer-songwriter and artist advocate with an obvious wealth of knowledge to share with us when it comes to the history of Black people in America and how we are progressing (and failing to progress) in today’s society. William explains what it means to be an artist advocate and what we can do to make an impact in our advocacy. Allison, Caitlin, and William take a step back and look at the beginnings of systemic racism towards Black people, including land ownership, environmental racism, and feelings toward Black leadership. William explains why the most targeted people have the truest stories to share and what is giving him hope as he looks into the future.Get to know our hosts on Instagram @CaitlinCrosby and @AllieBridge and follow Matthew on Twitter @WilliamMatt22.Please be sure to rate, review, and subscribe so that we can stay in Real Good Company!Recommended ResourcesTell Me Who You Are by Winona Guo and Priya VulchRacial Domination, Racial Progress by Matthew Desmond and Mustafa EmirbayerThe History of White People by Nell Irvin PainterStamped from the Beginning by Dr. Ibram KendiThe Souls of Black Folks by WEB Du BoisNo Name in the Street by James Baldwin New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson


9 Jun 2020

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Art As Resistance | William Matthews

Common Hymnal: An Uncommon Podcast

Today, Brandi and Brittney chat with artist and songwriter, William Matthews about Art as Resistance and the role of music in movements.For more go to:www.commonhymnal.comwww.instagram.com/commonhymnalwww.facebook.com/commonhymnalwww.twitter.com/commonhymnalSupport the show (http://commonhymnal.com/join)


6 May 2020

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Artist and Gallery Owner William Matthews (Part 2) Epi. 87, Host Dr. Mark Sublette

Art Dealer Diaries Podcast

Watercolorist extraordinaire William (Willy) Matthews stops by the Medicine Man Gallery studio for a special two part interview with host Dr. Mark Sublette. In part TWO, the esteemed Mr. Matthews discusses his time in Europe forging relationships by knocking on doors and playing music, eventually leading to a job at The Museum of Modern Art, Oxford (now Modern Art Oxford). After William returns to the US, he leads a graphic design studio in 1980's Denver for a short period of time, eventually opening his own studio shortly after. Willy's career develops into that of a full-time fine artist, culminating in the owning of his own gallery/studio William Matthews Studio in Denver, CO and leading to the painting of "Los Caballos." The process behind the 63 ft-long mural crowning the newly built Dickies Arena in Ft. Worth, TX and much more in part TWO of this two part interview on the Art Dealer Diaries.


12 Feb 2020