Take Action Podcast with Monte and Yura

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As our season two grand finale approaches, Monte and Yura are talking about the best guests we had on our podcast throughout the last two seasons and discuss what lessons, tip & tricks we learned from them so far! Monte and Yura tried to brainstorm great information and put all the useful information and advice from all of our guests to give our listeners the finished puzzle! See you all later this Fall. Take Action, my friends!
Our studio guest Joshua Myers shared his incredible story from being born with Cerebral Palsy to becoming a power-lifter Paralympic athlete and a founder of justmaxfitnessnutrition.com. Joshua never gives up and constantly taking action! Many of us can definitely learn how to take action from Joshua and his great story!
This weeks episode features Jeff DeGuelle from Future Green Group! Jeff tells his story about how he created the Future Green initiative & started picking up garbage in his own spare time. Jeff and his followers make a tremendous effort to make a difference to improve the environment one garbage bag at a time! So far, the Future Green initiative and its followers have picked up at least 85+ bags of garbage around the Green Bay area! Let's help them out and spread awareness by making this world a cleaner place together. All Jeff is asking is to post a picture of the garbage that you collected and also spread awareness and encourage others to collect some garbage as well. Moreover, Jeff, Monte and Yura have a funny conversation about what's a better tool to pick up garbage: a poker or a grabber. At the end of our episode, the boys also briefly give a real estate market update in the Green Bay area and talk about the Green Bay Packers draft performance. Have a great week, everyone. Now, go Take some Action!
Our studio guests Brian Gajeski from BoDe and Brad Cramer from Sound Check store joined us remotely for a Happy Hour to talk about how COVID19 pandemic forced them to push their limits to create new ways and systems to operate both businesses . Brad and Brian were were able to figure out technological and very creative ways to run their business and stay on float during these uncertain times. Great episode about how to Take Action and not give up!
"Don't be afraid to suck at something new!"Our studio guest Carmen Bucci shares his amazing story about how "sucking" at being a stand-up comedian only gave him more strength and future training for his next projects! Carmen's career is beyond interesting, starting from being an MLB player, then a stand-up comedian, high-rated NCSA recruiter, specialist in leadership and motivational speaking, and currently, the director of sales for a freight company that helps deliver important medical supplies during COVID19. Carmen wasn't afraid to suck at something new and only got stronger. He acquired more skills which he was able apply to his next projects and that unique skill set made him more successful! Great story on how learning something new and failing at something will only give you more strength in the future!
Studio guest Chandra "Johnson" Francies makes her second appearance on our podcast and shares the story how COVID19 pandemic affected school curriculum and talks about new challenges associated with the remote/virtual teaching process, especially for high-risk students during the quarantine. Chandra talks how complicated it is to provide proper emotional and mental support for her high-risk students virtually vs doing it in person. Chandra and Yura talk about their own experience teaching their own kids at home and how challenging it could be. Moreover, Chandra talks about the amazing "Hygiene Care Package" they were able to put together twice for 10 families (and even their pets!) in great need with the help of the BODE family members from Green Bay. Another great episode, check it out and don’t forget share with others!
Our newest S2E14 of Take Action Podcast with Monte and Yura features Kevin Carp, CEO of Eco Development, a Corporate Sustainability Company. Kevin shares a truly amazing story of how his very hard work doing roofing, construction and pouring concrete in 8th grade and throughout college taught him how to successfully manage a business that led to even more amazing ventures in the future. Kevin gave our listeners truly awesome advice about how being diverse in business helped him and his business during the COVID19 pandemic outbreak. Moreover, Kevin talks about importance of trusting your instincts and also having positive energy in business ventures and more! This is one of our best business advice and business development episodes so far! Tons of helpful and interesting information from our energetic guest Kevin Carp.
Our young studio guests Leo and Cailey join our podcast and talk about their most favorite things in this life and more! Very cool, kid friendly episode.
Our season 2 episode 12 features our dear friend and emergency medicine doctor Sergei. In this episode, Sergey gives his opinion on the COVID19 pandemic and gives our listeners and fans his best advice on the coronavirus. Moreover, Sergei shares his amazing story on how he moved from Belarus, how Yura and Sergey met, and a lot more. Don't miss it, really great episode!
Season 2 Episode 11 of our Take Action Podcast with Monte and Yura features tons of helpful info plus useful tips and tricks from real estate broker Bill Symes from Symes Realty on how to Take Action and purchase your first home! Billy, Monte and Yura talk about the house-buying process, things to know and consider when buying for the first time, how much down payment you should have, how to choose a good realtor and mortgage broker, the importance of having an inspection, and other important things to consider along the way. Really good and helpful info, check it out!
In Season 2 Episode 10, our studio guests Jessica and Zach Morgan from Fox Cities Home Buyers and Wisconsin Discount Properties share their very interesting story on how they first met, switched their careers and finally, how they discovered their true passion for real estate and became very young entrepreneurs! Great motivational episode.
Studio Guest Ryan Little talks about how moving to Australia helped him find his true passion for rugby. Ryan also shares his story from playing rugby on a professional level, his coaching/recruiting experience, and all the hard he put in into scoring a national championship for Austin Blacks Rugby Club. Finally, Ryan talks about his retirement plans, his passion for outdoors, hunting and fishing, and his dream of potentially creating a Hunting and Fishing show! Another great episode, make sure you listen! Also check out our new music intro and give us your feedback! Happy Monday and have a great week everyone. XOXOPodcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
In our newest episode, super energetic studio guest Sheena Froberg shares her phenomenal story about her incredible weight loss journey of 67 lbs and how being overweight pointed her to discover her passion for yoga. Sheena also talks about her three complicated open-heart surgeries and her recovery. Moreover, Sheena is in the process of becoming a future yoga studio owner and talks about the cool ideas she has in mind. Finally, we talk about our unconditional love for Taco Bell, pesto fries from Rustique Restaurant and the “Bachelor” TV Show. Very good and special episode, make sure you listen!Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
Studio guest Aaron J. Armstrong joins this week's podcast, and talks about his experience as an entrepreneur, investor, author, and veteran. He discusses his experiences as a graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a BS in Systems Engineering, and a former D1 football player. After the Army, he worked for a Fortune 400 automotive defense contractor as a Systems Engineering Manager while simultaneously growing his real estate business. He is the founder of Armstrong Ventures, a Consulting & Equity service, and brings value to the world with his personal life coaching and business consulting. He discusses his passion to help and invest in people, not products. Aaron also has more than 100 episodes on his own podcast, “Winners, Wallets and World Views”.Music from https://filmmusic.io "District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
In our newest episode, studio guest Eric Gebhard talks very passionately about the current soccer situation in Wisconsin. Eric has been playing soccer all his life and has been a soccer coach for more than 16 years. Eric also talks about coaching his NCAA D1, D3 youth clubs, the Hurricanes and mentions the growing popularity and attendance for soccer games here in Green Bay, and what values youth players should pursue to be successful. Eric talks about UW Green Bay, Voyageurs and Green Bay Glory adding soccer culture to Green Bay. Moreover, Eric chats with Monte and Yura about major obstacles for soccer in the area and proudly talks about Minnesota United as well as the Wisconsin United FC merger in the works and how exciting it is. Finally, Eric explains how the development of soccer will positively impact the local economy and the community! Great episode, don't miss it!Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
Studio guest Tony Broullire, the owner at Good Faith Funding talks about how to get investment properties in little or no money.Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
Tim Maile, the owner of Fox Cities Paranormal, shares his amazing story of what got him in to the paranormal field after purchasing a haunted home in Oshkosh, WI in October 2006. Since then, Tim Maile formed a team of paranormal investigators and became an owner of Fox Cities Paranormal; now his team has participated in more than 225 residential investigations including one in 2013 that was featured on Syfy’s Paranormal Witness. Tim and Monte also talk about their most terrifying paranormal encounters. Moreover, in 2013 Tim also started a foundation called Pawtographs for Pooches, with all proceeds going to an animal shelter in the area of the event! To date, Pawtographs has raised over $40,000 for animal shelters around the country and is dedicated to Tim's best furry friend, his dog Murray who passed away, but still sends Tim signs of his presence! A really wonderful and spooky episode, don't miss it!Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
Our studio guest Jaz Singh from Australia tells his story on how he became a Green Bay Packers superfan. Jaz also shares the secret on how he was able to take a year off of work to attend every single Packer and Badger game in 2019. Monte and Jaz predict the game score and talk about their favorite stadium and rivalry team. Moreover, Jaz gives his opinion about the terrible fires in Australia and how to properly donate to help. This Australian superfan will be enjoying the NFC Championship game in San Fran. Go Pack Go!Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
Our studio guest Brandon Rockstroh has had passion for music all his life. His musical journey evolved from forming a rock band in 7th grade to becoming a choir teacher after college and writing a brand new pop musical The Book of Empty Pages. Brandon is an extraordinary teacher with a different vision, uniquely focused on team work. Brandon’s choirs have performed with the legendary Kenny Rodgers, child prodigy Ethan Bortnick, and were selected to perform at the 2012 Wisconsin Music Educators Association (WMEA) State Music Conference and the 2014 Wisconsin Choral Directors Association (WCDA) State Convention. As a singer, Brandon has performed in honors choirs and numerous theatrical productions, including in the 2013 New York Musical Theatre Festival. Moreover, The Green Bay Chamber of Commerce named Brandon  a “Teacher of Distinction” in 2012, a “Golden Apple Award Winner” in 2016, and he received the “Outstanding Young Choral Director Award” from the Wisconsin Choral Directors Association (WCDA) in 2017. Finally, under Brandon's  direction, the number of students enrolled in choir has increased from 102 to 240, and the annual musical has become the largest activity in his school. He also successfully supervised six student teachers, who are now all employed as music teachers around the state. In 2016, Brandon proudly led a $250k renovation of the school’s auditorium! Don't miss this awesome episode!https://thebookofemptypages.com/Dreams don’t always come true, but the art of dreaming is far more valuable than truth. Dream big, friends…it’s worth it. -BrandonMusic from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
Our guest Olivia talks about working in the mental health field as a crisis counselor, the effects social media has had on teenagers and how we handle mental health as a society, and ways to cope with depression and anxiety. She also talks about signs of depression and when it’s a good time to see a therapist. We also bring back our "question and answer" portion of the podcast, per Livi’s request! Happy 2020 New Year.Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening!
As our first season is coming to an end, Studio Guest Bill Symes and the boys are discussing system vs goals again. Moreover, on this podcast episode, we talk about our highlights of 2019 and things we want improve in 2020. Monte, Yura and Bill explain what the "Take Action" term means to them, and also define some positive habits and behaviors everyone can improve on. The guys talk about the importance of ongoing learning, managing your time in efficient manner, continuing to be passionate, consistent and happy, and how to add more skills/talents in your portfolio as often as you can, leading to no regrets for your positive actions and putting forth the effort to try something new. Happy New Year everyone, we'll see you again in 2020!Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening, everyone!
Studio guest Brad Cramer talks about the latest cool tech merch of 2019, Christmas gifts and Christmas stocking tech ideas. Moreover, despite being energetic and smiling, Brad shares his story about his recent struggles with anxiety and depression and how he shared his story to help others going through similar issues . At the end of our podcast, Monte and Yura also launch a Holiday giveaway contest for our listeners!Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening, everyone!
Studio guest Chandra "Johnson" Francies shares her story about her passion for basketball.  She talks about playing basketball in 3rd grade, playing for the Green Bay Phoenix during college, staying on campus during the summer to train, and the intense workouts she did to improve her player skills with the help of coach Kevin Borseth. CJ also talks about how, despite not being drafted after college, she was invited to the LA Sparks' training camp and made the roster after her hard work! Moreover, Chandra tells Monte and Yura how playing sports and being a team player helped her in her everyday life with time management, working as a team, whether it's a coworker or supervisor, and being able to use those skills in personal relationships as well. Nowadays, Chandra is taking huge action and is teaching high-risk kids, ultimately helping them with anger issues and pointing them in the right direction to manage their social skills and other issues. Moreover, CJ is currently studying to become a school principal, which is her ultimate dream in the future! Great episode, check it out and don’t forget share with others!Music from https://filmmusic.io"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Podcast was co-hosted and edited by yours truly, Yura KalmychkovThank you for listening, everyone!
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Podcast Details

Created by
Andy Reyment and Yura Kalmychkov
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Started
Sep 25th, 2019
Latest Episode
Jun 1st, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
36
Avg. Episode Length
38 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic

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