Dishin' on Disney World's 50th with Rob Whiteside of WDWNT
Season 1, Ep. 18
Disney!That name makes some people excited while others just shudder.But the fact is, a Disney vacation has seemingly become almost a right of passage for most families.With Disney World getting ready to celebrate its 50th anniversary on October 1, I wanted to bring on one of the authorities on all things Disney:Rob Whiteside of WDWNT & the show ParksCenterRob dives into the dizzying amount of changes that have occurred in the past year and a half with Disney and how those willimpact your experience going forward...Stay connected with Rob:https://wdwnt.com/https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0YBjR6UT8QEhwPxBGnrcSR3sNNfny67U
Colts, Chords, & Community with John Ziemann
Season 1, Ep. 17
Nostalgia.Its a key component to all of us and our story.Perhaps its a band, a place, or a team that triggers that sentiment.We will seemingly spend anything to recapture that feeling.When my wife & I first moved to Baltimore in 2004, one thing became evident quick:People loved their Baltimore Colts!And when I mean loved...words simply can not explain...You have to see it in the peoples eyes, their body language…How they recount the Colts Coral meetings, the 58 championship game, The teams arrival at BWI, Gino’s, Ameche’s, and of course the marching band….It brings them back to another time.With football just kicking off the regular season, I thought who better to wet our appetite about it than the Phd of Baltimore Sports (in my opinion at least) Mr. John Ziemann.John, creates a fascinating timeline of football history interwoven with that of his involvement in the Baltimore Colts, now Marching Ravens band, and how music played such an instrumental role in helping a city rebound from a devastating loss, to landing one of the most successful franchises in pro football.
Market Update with Matt Ko
Season 1, Ep. 16
An update on where the markets and economy are, and what may be ahead with T. Rowe Price's Matthew Ko.
Understanding How Our Biases Influence Our View of Historical Figures with Dr. Lindsay Chervinsky
Season 1, Ep. 15
Happy Independence Day!A special treat in honor of America's birthday...we are joined by Dr. Lindsay Chervinsky, author of The Cabinet: George Washington & The Creation of the American Institution, where we discuss how biases influence our view of historical figures & how some of those same biases impact our finances.And as always, be sure to continue the conversation with us on Twitter with #FinancialRecon:Mike Molitoris: @FlagshipwmgDr Lindsay Chervinsky: @@lmchervinskyThe Cabinet: George Washington & The Creation of the American Institution: https://www.amazon.com/Cabinet-Washington-Creation-American-Institution/dp/0674986482/
CARV-ing a New Opportunity with Joe Kwon
Season 1, Ep. 14
In this episode we cover it all as I am joined by Joe Kwon, cellist for the Avett Brothers.We touch on a wide range of topics, from: starting a business to smoked meats, and even what his favorite song to play live is.You will not want to miss it!And as always, be sure to continue the conversation with us on Twitter with #FinancialRecon:Mike Molitoris: @FlagshipwmgJoe Kwon: @joekwon80And please be sure to check out CARV at: https://carv.fit/As well as on instagram and facebook!
Reforming Youth Sports with Nick Buonocore
Season 1, Ep. 13
Youth athletics is big business!We see it every day...and if not kept in check, it can destroy your budget.But why has it come to this?In this episode of Financial Recon we speak with Nick Buonocore, the head of the Reformed Sports Project. Where we dive into this hot topic and Nick shares tips on how not to become 'that parent' and why specialization at an early age may be overrated.And as always, be sure to continue the conversation with us on Twitter with #FinancialRecon:Mike Molitoris: @FlagshipwmgAnd please be sure to follow Nick & The Reformed Sports Project on Twitter @ReformedSptProj or visit his website: https://reformedsportsproject.com/
The Buzz: Implementing ESG with Justin Maness
Season 1, Ep. 12
In our prior episode, we discussed with Liz Simmie what ESG is and how one can screen for it when evaluating companies for investment.Now we are taking that knowledge and going to look at the real world implementation of ESG with Justin Maness of Buddha Bee Apiary.Justin explains how following his passion in coordination with these principles is good for business and good for society.And as always, be sure to continue the conversation with us on Twitter with #FinancialRecon:Mike Molitoris: @FlagshipwmgAnd please be sure to check out Buddha Bee Apiary at: https://www.buddhabeeapiary.com/As well as on instagram and facebook!
You Down with ESG?
Season 1, Ep. 11
Join Liz Simmie & I as she dives into what ESG stands for, companies that are successfully implementing it, and how combining these factors helps her make investment decisions.And as always, continue the conversation with us on Twitter with #FinancialRecon:Mike Molitoris: @FlagshipwmgLiz Simmie: @LizSimmieHoneytree Investments: @honeytreeinvest
Bringing Back Broadway with Sean Patrick
Season 1, Ep. 10
As they say, the show must go on! But what happens when it can't?In this episode we speak with Sean Patrick, stage manager extraordinaire, about life in and around the theater: where it was and how it is getting ready to make its comeback!