President's Chapel - Guest Speaker: Pastor Mike Cavanaugh - Being Committed
President's Chapel @ Elim Bible Institute & College
Pastor Mike Cavanaugh returns with a powerful message reminding us that commitment to God is the most important decision in our lives after salvation. You may have been going through so many battles and trials to point that is making you want to give up the ministry that the Lord gave you. We as Christians, need to remember that no matter what we are going through, we must stay committed to God. As Pastor Mike concludes his message, he challenges us with this question, "How committed are we to seek God?" Please take the time to listen to this uplifting message!
132: Jump Around | Mike Cavanaugh and Regiment Alpha
Mike Cavanaugh, Managing Partner at Regiment Alpha, shares his story on lessons learned in the open outcry commodity trading pits, his multiple entrepreneurial ventures amidst a life in fintech, having things thrown at him for saying ‘blockchain’, advising and helping to raise investment for fintech startups…and the joys of barefoot water skiing behind the Cheddar Curtain! MoneyNeverSleeps is sponsored by PAT Fintech, the training partner that demystifies fintech and digital finance for financial services professionals. Regiment Alpha is an early-stage venture fund investing in seed-to-Series A startups in four specific areas of fintech: Payments, WealthTech, RegTech, and Capital Markets Tech. The team is based in the Mid-West US but are open to investing as a lead anywhere in the US and as a “follow” globally. HIGHLIGHTS: On starting his career in the open outcry trading pits at the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT): “I started trading in the late nineties and got introduced to the trading world at an interesting inflection point where technology was really starting to heavily integrate into the exchanges. Being a 24-year-old kid that was backed by a prominent trader, you don't think when it's happening that it's ever going to go away.” On his approach with digital assets: “We started telling people to start looking at infrastructure and don’t put all your money in the coin itself. Think of the coin, think of your typical financial services infrastructure, and then identify the points within that ecosystem that are going to be needed and start investing in those companies.” On what he looks for in companies: “There's never been any edge outside of information. Legal, informational edge is the only edge that exists. Everything else is BS. You can't time the market, you can't use leverage for your long-term benefit as there are two sides to leverage. The only edge is informational edge - you having information legally before somebody else and being able to act on that. So, knowing that and seeing those different points, that's where we're looking for - we're looking for edge.” On the big lesson learned with startups: “I think that's the number one rule - it's really about people. Great people build great teams, great teams build great cultures and great cultures build great companies.” Episode title inspired by Jump Around by House of Pain, especially when played at Camp Randall Stadium at halftime of a University of Wisconsin Badgers football game (Mike’s alma mater). Leave a review and subscribe on Podchaser | Apple Podcasts | Spotify| Google| Overcast Check out our MoneyNeverSleeps website Subscribe to our newsletter on Substack Follow us on Twitter Podcast| Twitter Pete | Twitter Eoin Get in touch at email@example.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneyneversleeps/support
UConn's Mike Cavanaugh talks Huskies, some positives amid COVID-19 restrictions – Season 3 Episode 10
After a 1-4-1 start, UConn is 6-2-1 in its last nine games, including a weekend sweep of Merrimack. Huskies head coach Mike Cavanaugh joins hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly) and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) to talk about this year's team, the World Juniors appearances by Vladislav Firstov and Yan Kuznetsov, playing on campus instead of in Hartford, and some positives that have resulted even amid COVID-19 limitations.
$CVNA Only Goes Up: Fireside Chat with Mike Cavanaugh
Making his second appearance on Wisco Weekly is Mike Cavanaugh, Executive VP at Max Digital. In this “fireside chat,” Dennis and Mike explore the nuances of Carvana’s (CVNA) business model and why they’ve become a company with a $20 billion market capitalization. This market cap makes them one of the most valuable automotive companies that is not an automaker.While Carvana’s online car-buying experience compliments the behaviors of millennials, there is a demographic who has been left behind in this process. Seniors. With the looming threat of COVID-19 impacting seniors, how is this demographic being catered to?Tune in to episode #132 and hear more from Mike Cavanaugh, and how the independent store business model is accelerating the mobility of people and goods.OFFER | Virtual EventGet 20% off registration to the Auto CX Summit Series using discount code: WISCO20. Learn more here.Related Episodes Leadership Lessons in Automotive A Guide for Daughters in Automotive Cash is King or Cash for Clunkers Who is the used car lease subscriber The New Relationship Between Mentor and Mentee ***** Wisco Weekly *****New Business Models for the Mobility of People and Goods. Become a Fan. Soon, become a Member. Subscribe for now.(-‿-)
Mike Cavanaugh, EVP of Max Digital discusses the challenges facing the automotive retail, automotive finance, and collections industries. Podcast host: Randy Spradlin.
Eye on Collections
Mike discusses the challenges facing automotive retailers such as inventory shortages and digital retail as well as challenges auto lenders are facing with underwriting and collections. We also talk about companies that are excelling at overcoming these problems along with emerging technologies in the automotive retail and finance space. Hosted by Randy Spradlin, Chief Revenue Officer at Dasceq.
Today Jason jams with Mike Cavanaugh. They discuss what it takes to improve the customer experience, leading your staff to success and salespeople being more entrepreneurial.Jason Harris - Continue the conversation:Instagram - Instagram.com/strategywithjason/Facebook - facebook.com/StrategyWithJason/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/Twitter - twitter.com/StratWJason www.StrategyWithJason.com www.ddsolutions.ca www.bell2bell.ca (Get your closers coffee here!)Mike Cavanaughhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mikcavanaugh-1/
#18: Mike Cavanaugh- Creating a Bass Drum curriculum and technique philsophy.
The Marching Arts Society Podcast
In this episode I interviewed Mike Cavanaugh. Mike is from Centerville, Ohio and currently serves as the bass drum tech for Rhythm X. In this episode we discuss how mike created his curriculum for the new MAS Bass Drum Course and broke down his philosophy on technique.
President's Chapel - Mike Cavanaugh - Foolproofing Your Life (Sexual Folly)
President's Chapel @ Elim Bible Institute & College
"Fools believe that a person can act on their sexual impulses without any consequences," states Pastor Mike Cavanaugh, EBI&C's president in his latest message to the student body. He explains that sexual sins will break us and will ruin our ministries. Premarital sex (fornication), extramarital sex (adultery), and same sex sexual expression (homosexuality) are all immoral sexual relationships that are addressed in the Bible. In this message, Pastor Mike lists several different reasons why it is important to fool-proof your life from any sexual folly and how to best embrace the beauty of a biblical sexual relationship within marriage.
UConn's Mike Cavanaugh on the Huskies, Hockey East race – Season 2 Episode 21
The Hockey East playoff race is the tightest in a decade, and one of the hottest teams in the conference over the last several weeks is Connecticut. UConn head coach Mike Cavanaugh joins hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly) and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) to talk about this season's Huskies, recruiting and team building, and the last two weekends of Hockey East regular season play – including his team's home-and-home series with UMass. Cavanaugh also has some fresh thoughts on overtime rules as well as the Hockey East schedule and playoff format.This episode is sponsored by the 2020 NCAA Frozen Four, April 9 and 11 in Detroit. Visit ncaa.com/frozenfour for tickets.