Podcast: On the Objective – Policing During Pandemic – Blue Shepard – 05.24.2020

05.24.2020

Join your host Steven Menking as he welcomes Blue Shepard from The Platform back On the Objective for another timely and insightful conversation. The current pandemic has seen many events that have strained the relationship between law enforcement officers and their constituents. It is critical that we understand the dynamics, the discretion, and the situation that law enforcement find themselves in, and Blue Shepard’s perspective as an active police officer is extremely valuable. How should citizens properly respond to our civil liberties being trampled? Thanks for joining us On the Objective!

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Podcast: On the Objective – Personal Medical Preparedness For Coronavirus – Chris Baucom – 03.28.2020

03.28.2020

Welcome back On the Objective as your host Steven Menking sits down with Chris Baucom to discuss his medical experience and what we can all be doing to remain prepared and calm despite the coronavirus threat. It is critically important that we stay up to date with the best current information from reliable sources particularly given the political disagreements and uncertainties surrounding the pandemic. Chris brings his emergency medical experience to bear in order to provide a balanced perspective on what needs to happen and what things will look like when we the trajectory of the virus diminishes. Thanks again for joining us On the Objective!

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Podcast: On the Objective – Econ Update – Steven Menking – 02.24.2020

02.24.2020

Steven returns for another economic update in the shadow of the coronavirus impacting global financial markets. Is this the precipitating event for the collapse so many have been expecting for so long? Will the central banks step in to rescue the markets once more? Today’s price action demonstrates several key ideas about preparedness and our decision making mindset. We have to act in advance, protecting our families physically should be a higher short term priority than our portfolios, and decisions made with a fearful mindset are often regretted. Keep calm and stay focused. We’ll know much more by the end of the week depending on how things play out. In the meantime please make sure you have sufficient food, water, and medical supplies on hand to avoid desperation in case of emergency.

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Podcast: The Amateur Society – Via Negativa – 09.09.2019

2019.09.09

Welcome back to The Amateur Society for another stimulating conversation! This week we look at an important concept in improvement and growth, via negativa. Our culture has a bias to make additions as our default path to solutions when often times the best starting point is to make subtractions. Whether in our diet, our habits, our careers, and our relationships, there are going to be many things that we know are harmful – or at least not helpful – that we would benefit from removing. This is easier said than done, but an understanding of the critical concepts and dynamics surrounding it may help move us forward on the path to growth. Thanks again for joining us on The Amateur Society!

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Podcast: SER 197 – Dr. Rich Petras And Mary Coop – Overcoming Cancer

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Dr. Rich Petras joins me again today for another discussion about how people can take care of their health and stop allowing Big Pharma to cause even more health issues than they already have.

Joining Dr. Rich and me in this episode is Mary Coop who was diagnosed with stage four cancer and given months to live. That was over eight years ago! What made the difference? Faith, prayer, and a surprise meeting with a person Mary did not know. Mary shares a powerful testimony of how her life has changed as well as the lives of dozens of other people through a very simple process.

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Podcast: The Amateur Society – Trends In Medical Technology – 08.13.2019

2019.08.13

Welcome back to The Amateur Society for another stimulating conversation! This week we turn to the field of medicine and examine some of the big picture technological trends that have driven progress in this important field. The discussion focuses on information technology, big data, miniaturization, imaging technology, and genetic medicine. All of us bear a responsibility to inform ourselves, to ask meaningful questions, and to expand our worldviews as we embark further into a generation of profound transformations driven in large part by technological developments. Thanks again for joining us on The Amateur Society!

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Podcast: SER 193 – Dr. Rich Petras and Dick & Debbie Blowers – LifeVantage

2019.07.30 SER

In this conversation, my friend Dr. Rich Petras joins me again to discuss health issues and what we can do about them. We welcome Dick and Debbie Blowers to the show. Their testimony is inspiring.

Please share this with other people you know who are struggling with health issues.

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SER 190 – Dr. Rich Petras And Fred Hether – Take Control Of Your Health

2019.06.18 SER

Big Pharma is one of the most powerful industries in the world. The global revenue for pharmaceuticals was over $1 trillion in 2014. But nowhere else in the world do the drug and medical device industries have as much power and make as much money as in the U.S.

Six of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies for 2017 have their headquarters in the U.S. These include Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Merck, Gilead, Amgen and AbbVie.

But only 28 percent of Americans have a good opinion of Big Pharma. In fact, Big Pharma is the second most hated industry in America. It’s right behind the tobacco industry and the oil, gas and chemical industry.

Big Pharma is also the biggest defrauder of the Federal Government under the False Claims Act, according to consumer watchdog group Public Citizen.

The industry has a history of fraud, bribery, lawsuits and scandals. Despite criminal charges and fines, Big Pharma companies continue to do business.

By 2021, Big Pharma profits for prescription drugs are expected to reach $610 billion. Medical devices are also lucrative.

The U.S. makes about $148 billion, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

That’s about half of the world’s share of the market. Americans spent an all-time high of $457 billion on prescription drugs in 2015.

And drug prices continue to rise. Consulting firm Segal Consulting expects drug prices to rise 11.6 percent in 2017. This estimate is for Americans under the age of 65.

In contrast, wages are only expected to rise 2.5 percent. This means many Americans won’t be able to afford their medications. Information about the pharmaceutical industry found here.

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Podcast: SER 187 – Steve Carr & Dr. Rich Petras

2019.05.20

This is a special episode of Dr. Mike Live for SER listeners. I am joined by Steve Carr in the first thirty minutes. We talk about debt and financial freedom. Check out www.sharedabundance.net for information on Steve’s new venture which he hopes will encourage people to take charge of their income future.

In the second half-hour, Dr. Rich Petras joins me to discuss what people can do to improve their health. Kathy and I are excited to roll-out our new effort. Please visit www.abcgotit.com/mika68 and click on “Learn More” for information about how you can join us and improve your own health.

If you have any questions about Shared Abundance please call Steve Carr at 847-809-6305. When you do tell Steve you heard him on Dr. Mike Live or Soaring Eagle Radio.

If you have questions about LifeVantage please call Dr. Rich Petras at 304-534-5490. Please tell him you heard him on Dr, Mike Live Live or Soaring Eagle Radio.

“Together We Can!”