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Finlit Footsteps Podcast

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Finlit Footsteps Podcast

Darius Coaxum, Dennis Walker, Melijah Earl

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Gen Z’s hottest social media sensation, the FinLit Footsteps podcast, is up and 🏃🏽‍♂️😂 Three friends get together and discuss both cool and boring topics to help the average Gen Zer navigate adulthood well mentally, emotionally, and of course financially 💰. Tune in every Tuesday evening for more! 🙏🏾 #YoFavoritePodcast
 
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In Her Footsteps Podcast

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In Her Footsteps Podcast

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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The "In Her Footsteps" podcast hosts dynamic Latina business owners who are helping drive the American economy, and creating change in their local communities. It aims to provide entrepreneurs and business owners across the country with information and resources to better run their business, while also working to help change the narrative of the Hispanic community; specifically around Latina women.
 
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Episode 54 of the podcast is a special bonus show. If you have ever had the desire to write a book of your own, or wondered how to go about getting it published, I am here to share some of my own experiences. From finding something you're passionate about, to putting the idea on paper(or computer), hopefully this will give you a little help in begi…
 
Our podcast today takes us back to the fields around Hooge near Ypres where once stood Zouave Wood. On the 30th July 1915, the Germans attacked men of the 8th Rifle Brigade and 7th Kings Royal Rifle Corps with a terrifying new weapon of war - the flammenwerfen -or flame thrower. What followed was one of the disasters of military planning where seni…
 
Darius, Dennis, and Melijah gather again to discuss Americas place as global policemen(10:24)and if war is realistic in your lifetime(24:44). We then transition to NFL playoffs(52:19), and the return of Klay/Kyrie(54:04). This leads to a discussion on viruses and shutdowns(1:03:39), more Metaverse talk(1:28:52), and finally the robotic future of Am…
 
In the second episode of “We Still Haven’t Named This Podcast but We Absolutely Will,” we follow our traditional routine of Finance/Business, Sports, Pop Culture, and discuss the growing pains of becoming better adults. We actually start this episode off with a Fun Fact, which will be customary moving forward. Today’s fun fact discusses The Fourth …
 
Episode 53 begins with true crime. It delves into the sinister poisoning murders of Nurse Jane Toppan. At the turn of the 20th century this trusted figure betrayed that trust in a string of murders on and off Cape Cod. How did it all go down? It is safe to say that Cape Cod and New York City are fairly different. How much of a culture shock was it …
 
In today's episode, we visit Point du Jour Cemetery near Athies, just outside Arras to walk through the cemetery and hear the stories of some of the men who lie buried within. We begin with an overview of the Battle of Arras, before visiting the magnificent stone cairn to the memory of the 9th Scottish Division, known informally as The Jocks and Bo…
 
Shout out to special guest Julian Leos. His initial interactions with Bitcoin and general investing (2:18), as well as how crypto changed the mental process for so many people worldwide (21:00). We round third base by discussing bitcoin vs gold vs fiat money, characteristics of money, and the future of our financial system (43:22). We end on what t…
 
Episode 52 of the podcast begins by going back 10 years this week to the most embarrassing race story I have. An indoor half marathon, in a dome, with free beer at the end. What could go wrong? Let's find out! One of the first forms of self-expression growing up is choosing the perfect posters to adorn your bedroom walls. What was it like for a 199…
 
Happy New Year! 2022 kicks off with Episode 51 of the podcast. It's a jam-packed episode starting with a very special interview. Crystal Joy Smith, also known as KeeKee, is with us to talk about her brand new cookbook. KeeKee's Cape Cod Kitchen is chock full of healthy, affordable, and simple recipes for those looking to make a positive change in t…
 
In our first episode of 2022, we pay a visit to one of the lesser-known killing fields of WW1. Covering just a few acres of arable land between Cambrai and St Quentin, the strong points of Gillemont Farm, The Knoll, and Quennett Copse, were the scene of some of the most brutal hand-to-hand fighting between the British and Germans anywhere on the We…
 
Gen Z's hottest new podcast is back with another banger. On this episode Darius, Dennis, and Melijah sit down to discuss everything popping in the culture this week. From Steph Curry's 3 point record to Zion's record weight. Jake Paul knocks out Tyron Woodley, Big Sean on Drink Champs, Tory Lanez vs Megan and Jim Jones vs Freddie Gibbs. This is one…
 
On the fourth edition of the Finlit Footsteps Podcast we bring you some salvaged audio commentary on the week including a convo on budgeting, Akademiks on MDWOG, sports talk and more. Join the fellas as we go from money to the funnies and grow in the podcasting world. Also check us out on our YouTube page at Finlit Footsteps for full episodes and c…
 
Update: We (possibly) have a name for the podcast, tune in above to find out what we came up with 😬 If you’re reading this far then chances are you’re watching this video, so thanks in advance for giving episode 3 a piece of your time and day. We give a very interesting and cool fun fact that many people would be surprised to hear, then transition …
 
Shout out to Gen Z!!! Pilot episode of an upcoming podcast (name coming soon). In this episode, we discuss topics spanning from Economics/Finance to Sports and interesting events in pop culture. We conclude the episode by discussing parenthood and adulthood and how we can best cope with life as young adults inheriting the responsibility of being bi…
 
In this episode, we look at Christmas in wartime, both on the home front and in the front line. We talk about a lucky purchase from a small Northamptonshire auction house that provided insight not only into the political history of South Africa, but also an affectionate Christmas gift sent to a soldier in 1916 who was to lose his life just sixteen …
 
Episode 50 is a special bonus episode. It is not only a Holiday episode, it is also a 2021 Year In Review, as well as a 50th Episode retrospective. It is the Holiday season and hopefully you all get to spend time with family and friends and have a lot of good food. We look back at 2021 in general. There were a lot of fun topics covered on the podca…
 
The Royal Naval Division, made from men whose presence wasn't needed onboard ships, fought with distinction during WW1, from the defence of Antwerp in 1914, through Gallipoli, and onto the Somme in 1916. It was during the fighting for the village of Beaucourt that the men of the Hawke Battalion paid a heavy price, with only 20 men surviving from th…
 
Episode 49 brings the gross out humor to the Holiday season. For a brief time in the 1980's Garbage Pail Kids took the youth of America by storm. At first these stickers were seen as a disgusting spin on Cabbage Patch Kids. What was it that caused their downfall? What was it like to be a kid when these first came out? For 35 years a beautifully sto…
 
The Army Postal Service (APS) was a remarkable organisation that handled over 2 billion letters and 12 million parcels throughout the Great War. A letter posted in London would normally arrive in France with a soldier in less than 48 hours. The postal service played a vital role in many areas including the emancipation of women, espionage and playe…
 
Episode 48 is filled with Holiday cheer! It kicks off with the heartwarming story of the Flying Santa, Edward Rowe Snow. He spent decades delivering gifts to lighthouses and other remote island locations to spread joy. We take a Road Trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The first of several incredible sights on the Outer Banks is the small to…
 
In our latest episode of "Trench Talk" it's a real pleasure to sit down and chat with Dr Irfan Malik. Dr. Malik grew up with stories of the men from his home village of Dulmial who went off to fight for the British in WW1 in greater numbers than from any other Indian village. In this wide-ranging chat, we hear about how a chance conversation with o…
 
Episode 47 kicks of the Holiday season in style. It begins with the hilarious but true stories from Restaurant Storytime III. These center around what was to be done with baked potatoes that were left over from the night before. The newest Road Trip is a journey back in time to Colonial Williamsburg Virginia. It is the largest living history museum…
 
Zara talks to Dr Abu Bakr Sirajuddin Cook and Dr Rami Dawood about the history of Islam in Australia- beginning with the arrival of the Makassan traders, that pre-dates European settlement, to the Afghan Cameleers, who set up the first mosques in the country. They discuss the legacy of the early Muslims in the country, their interaction with Aborig…
 
Our journey today begins in Unicorn Cemetery near Vendhuile, just outside St Quentin at the headstone of Lt. David Clemetson. The wealthy son of Jamaican banana traders, he enlisted into the Army from Cambridge University and served with the Pembroke Yeomanry. Commissioned as an officer, he can, perhaps, lay claim to being the first black officer t…
 
Episode 46 is a special Bonus edition of the podcast. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who has been listening to the podcast over its first year in existence! This episode focuses on the people, places, and things that I am thankful for. Episode 46 is also being released on November 23rd which is the birthday of my sister Katie, who you hear about we…
 
In this episode, we look at the fighting at Festubert in November 1914 where men of the Indian Army found themselves out-manned, out-gunned, and out-supplied by a rampaging German army. Despite this, the Indian Corps fighting together as a full Corps for the first time on the Western Front stopped the Germans from getting through. We hear about the…
 
Episode 45 is musically charged. It begins with the story of the Cape Cod Melody Tent. Before it was the premiere entertainment location on the Cape it was a Music Circus in a grassy field near Hyannis' Main Street. Learn all about how it started. This week's Road Trip takes us to where the first English settlement in America began. Historic Jamest…
 
In this latest episode we head back to Flanders for another walk around the battlefield near the canal at Boesinghe. Starting at Little Swan Farm we look at a wonderful project aiming to restore the ancient elms of Flanders. Our journey takes in many of the tiny battlefield cemeteries that litter this part of the battlefield, including Colne Valley…
 
Episode 44 begins by going back more than a century to the story of the creation of the Cape Cod Canal, more specifically the three original bridges that spanned across it. Whatever happened to them? This week's Road Trip takes us to the city of Lynchburg, Virginia. Chock full of culture, waterfront scenery, an historic marketplace and more this wi…
 
In our latest episode, it's a real pleasure to be joined by military historian, podcaster, writer, and broadcaster, Paul Reed. A professional military historian for over 30 years, Paul has worked as a historical consultant for many television programs including Meet the Ancestors and Who do you think you are? In this podcast, we talk about his care…
 
Episode 43 begins Year Two of the podcast and what better way to celebrate a birthday show than with the story of one of the kings of Cape Cod entertainment the Mill Hill Club in West Yarmouth. From humble beginnings of suits and strings this establishment turned in to one of the most happening places to be for over fifty years. Birthdays can make …
 
When my husband Ralph and I went to the funeral of a neighbor who was a Jehovah’s Witness, the description of Heaven that we heard from the leader of the congregation was not one that we want to believe in. Ralph joins me in this episode to explain why and to give a much better description of the afterlife based on the teachings of the Catholic Fai…
 
In today's podcast, we take a walk through two small but fascinating cemeteries in Artois, La Targette British Cemetery near Neuville St Vaast, and Le Trou Aid Post located near Fleurbaix. Not necessarily on the itinerary of many battlefield visitors, they contain men whose stories are fascinating, and in this episode, we look at some of them. We h…
 
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