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Financial Focus Radio

George "Gus" Marwieh

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George "Gus" Marwieh

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Financial Focus Radio is a bi-weekly show to centered around the theme, “Are you making money or making mistakes?” By exploring the answer to this key question, we are able to:- help small business owners and their staff learn how they can enhance the performance of their 401k/IRA Plans- help families that have been touched by a special needs child learn how to cover the on-going cost of care without breaking their bank and without derailing their individual retirement accounts.We’re glad to have you listening along. Until the next installment … Happy Journey Empowering Financial FREEDOM Through CHOICE!

Latest Episodes

E20: PTSD & Neurosensory Disorders

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Trina Lee, Founder & CEO of The Kahele Foundation, and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following: 1. What was the “Spark” that led to the formation of the Foundation? 2. When was the Kahele Foundation set up? 3. Tell us about your innovative treatment of Autism, PTSD and Neurosensory Disorders. What exactly does this entail? 4. Where did this technology come from? 5. How was it developed? 6. How does it differ from other forms of music therapy? 7. How does it integrate with other areas of special needs therapy? 8. Sharing about the research that was done or is currently being done 9. Sharing what the future holds for The Kahele foundation? 10. Introducing The SSNAP Tech Overview – which explores various Apps for the special needs community

29 MIN2015 APR 28
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E20: PTSD & Neurosensory Disorders

E19: Language & Literacy Connection

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Jill Harriman, Speech-Language Pathologist at Big Sky Pediatric Therapy (Guest), and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) The connection between language and Literacy 2) The parts of language that is involved in the process of learning to read 3) Exploring the understanding of Phonology, Articulation, Morphology, Language Comprehension, & Pragmatics as they relate to the learning process 4) Learning to read – what is appropriate for what age 5) Are schools or parents pushing their kids before they are ready to read 6) The importance of being read to, comprehending the concept of print, and the importance of relating to letter/sound discrimination 7) Understanding the link between language/articulation disorders and the difficult of learning to read/spell 8) Discussing speech red flags. 9) Understanding interventions, phonemic awareness/phonological, letter/sound connection 10) How does Language and Liter...

28 MIN2015 APR 28
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E19: Language & Literacy Connection

E18: SSNAP Process - A Solution

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) Exploring the 2nd Part – A Solution to the Problem from our discussion from last week on What is SSNAP? 2) What is the 3rd Option to help families with special needs children that most families are not aware of? 3) Why is there a need for a paradigm shift in terms of providing a more effective plan for parents? 4) Why are advisors and legal professional encouraging setting up Special Needs Trust? 5) Are there any challenges accessing public and private benefits programs? 6) What can parents do today to relieve the stress on their already stretched disposable income during their living years? 7) What is the value to this approach…aka: SSNAP? 8) Latest from SXSW Health Expo 9) Announcements

26 MIN2015 APR 28
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E18: SSNAP Process - A Solution

E17: SSNAP Radio Season 1 Recap

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) Revisiting our understanding of What is SSNAP 2) How does the SSNAP Process Benefit Families 3) Why is the SSNAP Process necessary in terms of providing a more effective planning process today 4) What Choices are Parents left with 5) What Value does the SSNAP bring to Families 6) Key Discussion Topics covered during Season 1 of the Show 7) What can we look forward to in Season 2 of the Show … Discussion Points 8) Show Format Changes 9) Show Developments 10) Thanking Past Guests

21 MIN2015 APR 28
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E17: SSNAP Radio Season 1 Recap

E16: Lack of Active Management

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), discusses the following topics: 1) Lack of Active Management and its impact on Qualified Saving Accounts ( 401k; IRA, etc.); 2) Investors Lack Time; 3) The Lack of In-Depth Experience; 4) Impact of Buy & Hold; 5) Investors Have No Comprehensive Strategy to Move to Safety; 6) Understanding “Misplaced Loyalty Syndrome”

22 MIN2015 APR 28
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E16: Lack of Active Management

E15: Functional Vision

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Carolyn Lied, OTR MS, with Big Sky Pediatric Therapy (Guest) discusses the following topics: 1) Ms. Carolyn Lied shared her background and how she became an OTR with Big Sky Pediatric Therapy; 2) How she became interested in the functional visual system; 3) What is functional vision; 4) Explaining some of the commonly used functional vision terms; 5) How Functioning Vision relates to occupational therapy; 6) How occupational therapy helps special needs children;

26 MIN2015 APR 28
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E15: Functional Vision

E14: Preventing Problem Behavior

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Alison Baucom, Owner Baucom Behavioral (Guest) discusses the following topics: 1) How Ms. Baucom got started in this field; 2) What guided her decision to become a BCBA (Board Certified Behavioral Analyst); 3) Why did she choose to start her own firm as oppose to working for some other firm; 4) Why do children use problem behavior in the first place; 5) Can problem behaviors be reinforced? If so, what could serve as reinforcement for problem behaviors; 6) What can caregivers do to support children in using appropriate behavior instead of problem behaviors; 7) Is there a technical outline or guide that Baucom Behavioral has adopted or created that you feel parents can follow to help them in Preventing Problem Behaviors in their kiddos? a. Teach Functional Communication Skills b. Engage Children in Positive Interactions c. Implement Consistent Routines & Expectations d. Enrich the Environment e. Be Consistent

26 MIN2015 APR 28
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E14: Preventing Problem Behavior

E13: Nutrition & Wellness II

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Dr. Carl Hastings, Chief Scientific Officer/ Vice Chairman of Reliv International (Guest), Steve Hastings, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing of Reliv International (Guest), and Mary Quehl, Distributor for Reliv International (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) What is Reliv International about and it’s global footprint; 2) What types of products Reliv produces and for which market; 3) Reliv’s nutritional breakthrough ( Lunasin); 4) What does this nutritional breakthrough mean for the Reliv business model; 5) Mary Quehl shares her Reliv Experience; 6) Reliv Distributors…who are they and what does it take to build a successful Reliv Business; 7) How can you get involved with the Reliv products and opportunity especially for families touched by a special needs child to create additional revenue stream

26 MIN2015 APR 28
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E13: Nutrition & Wellness II

E12: Board Games For Kiddos

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Brandi Field, Owner/General Manager of Recent Toys (Guest), and Jeff Pinsker , President of the National Education Initiative (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) How they respectively got started in the Board Gaming Industry; 2) How Recent Toys got started; 3) How long the National Education Initiative been around and it’s mandate; 4) Board Games (Toys) for the Special Needs Community; 5) Guidelines in selecting Board Games over the Holidays for Special Needs Children; 6) Insights into 4 Board Games that are great for special needs kiddos: Cubigami; Kornered; Catch the Match; Kids on Stage; 7) How Board Games can help contribute to an Autistic child development; 8) Brandi’s Favorite Board Game at Recent Toys and why

30 MIN2015 APR 28
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E12: Board Games For Kiddos

E11: Lack of Investment Flexibility

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), discusses the following topics: 1) Lack of Investment Flexibility; 2) Where are Americans mostly Invested (Real Estate & Qualified Plans); 3) How the way qualified plans are setup limits adequate risk management; 4) How lack of adequate risk management is producing mediocre growth performances in plan assets; 5) Is there a better way to protect against unnecessary stock market exposure which is where most qualified plan assets are held; 6) What is Leveraging and it is a bad thing;

26 MIN2015 APR 28
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E11: Lack of Investment Flexibility

Latest Episodes

E20: PTSD & Neurosensory Disorders

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Trina Lee, Founder & CEO of The Kahele Foundation, and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following: 1. What was the “Spark” that led to the formation of the Foundation? 2. When was the Kahele Foundation set up? 3. Tell us about your innovative treatment of Autism, PTSD and Neurosensory Disorders. What exactly does this entail? 4. Where did this technology come from? 5. How was it developed? 6. How does it differ from other forms of music therapy? 7. How does it integrate with other areas of special needs therapy? 8. Sharing about the research that was done or is currently being done 9. Sharing what the future holds for The Kahele foundation? 10. Introducing The SSNAP Tech Overview – which explores various Apps for the special needs community

29 MIN2015 APR 28
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E20: PTSD & Neurosensory Disorders

E19: Language & Literacy Connection

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Jill Harriman, Speech-Language Pathologist at Big Sky Pediatric Therapy (Guest), and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) The connection between language and Literacy 2) The parts of language that is involved in the process of learning to read 3) Exploring the understanding of Phonology, Articulation, Morphology, Language Comprehension, & Pragmatics as they relate to the learning process 4) Learning to read – what is appropriate for what age 5) Are schools or parents pushing their kids before they are ready to read 6) The importance of being read to, comprehending the concept of print, and the importance of relating to letter/sound discrimination 7) Understanding the link between language/articulation disorders and the difficult of learning to read/spell 8) Discussing speech red flags. 9) Understanding interventions, phonemic awareness/phonological, letter/sound connection 10) How does Language and Liter...

28 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
E19: Language & Literacy Connection

E18: SSNAP Process - A Solution

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) Exploring the 2nd Part – A Solution to the Problem from our discussion from last week on What is SSNAP? 2) What is the 3rd Option to help families with special needs children that most families are not aware of? 3) Why is there a need for a paradigm shift in terms of providing a more effective plan for parents? 4) Why are advisors and legal professional encouraging setting up Special Needs Trust? 5) Are there any challenges accessing public and private benefits programs? 6) What can parents do today to relieve the stress on their already stretched disposable income during their living years? 7) What is the value to this approach…aka: SSNAP? 8) Latest from SXSW Health Expo 9) Announcements

26 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
E18: SSNAP Process - A Solution

E17: SSNAP Radio Season 1 Recap

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) Revisiting our understanding of What is SSNAP 2) How does the SSNAP Process Benefit Families 3) Why is the SSNAP Process necessary in terms of providing a more effective planning process today 4) What Choices are Parents left with 5) What Value does the SSNAP bring to Families 6) Key Discussion Topics covered during Season 1 of the Show 7) What can we look forward to in Season 2 of the Show … Discussion Points 8) Show Format Changes 9) Show Developments 10) Thanking Past Guests

21 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
E17: SSNAP Radio Season 1 Recap

E16: Lack of Active Management

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), discusses the following topics: 1) Lack of Active Management and its impact on Qualified Saving Accounts ( 401k; IRA, etc.); 2) Investors Lack Time; 3) The Lack of In-Depth Experience; 4) Impact of Buy & Hold; 5) Investors Have No Comprehensive Strategy to Move to Safety; 6) Understanding “Misplaced Loyalty Syndrome”

22 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
E16: Lack of Active Management

E15: Functional Vision

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Carolyn Lied, OTR MS, with Big Sky Pediatric Therapy (Guest) discusses the following topics: 1) Ms. Carolyn Lied shared her background and how she became an OTR with Big Sky Pediatric Therapy; 2) How she became interested in the functional visual system; 3) What is functional vision; 4) Explaining some of the commonly used functional vision terms; 5) How Functioning Vision relates to occupational therapy; 6) How occupational therapy helps special needs children;

26 MIN2015 APR 28
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E15: Functional Vision

E14: Preventing Problem Behavior

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Alison Baucom, Owner Baucom Behavioral (Guest) discusses the following topics: 1) How Ms. Baucom got started in this field; 2) What guided her decision to become a BCBA (Board Certified Behavioral Analyst); 3) Why did she choose to start her own firm as oppose to working for some other firm; 4) Why do children use problem behavior in the first place; 5) Can problem behaviors be reinforced? If so, what could serve as reinforcement for problem behaviors; 6) What can caregivers do to support children in using appropriate behavior instead of problem behaviors; 7) Is there a technical outline or guide that Baucom Behavioral has adopted or created that you feel parents can follow to help them in Preventing Problem Behaviors in their kiddos? a. Teach Functional Communication Skills b. Engage Children in Positive Interactions c. Implement Consistent Routines & Expectations d. Enrich the Environment e. Be Consistent

26 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
E14: Preventing Problem Behavior

E13: Nutrition & Wellness II

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Dr. Carl Hastings, Chief Scientific Officer/ Vice Chairman of Reliv International (Guest), Steve Hastings, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing of Reliv International (Guest), and Mary Quehl, Distributor for Reliv International (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) What is Reliv International about and it’s global footprint; 2) What types of products Reliv produces and for which market; 3) Reliv’s nutritional breakthrough ( Lunasin); 4) What does this nutritional breakthrough mean for the Reliv business model; 5) Mary Quehl shares her Reliv Experience; 6) Reliv Distributors…who are they and what does it take to build a successful Reliv Business; 7) How can you get involved with the Reliv products and opportunity especially for families touched by a special needs child to create additional revenue stream

26 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
E13: Nutrition & Wellness II

E12: Board Games For Kiddos

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Brandi Field, Owner/General Manager of Recent Toys (Guest), and Jeff Pinsker , President of the National Education Initiative (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) How they respectively got started in the Board Gaming Industry; 2) How Recent Toys got started; 3) How long the National Education Initiative been around and it’s mandate; 4) Board Games (Toys) for the Special Needs Community; 5) Guidelines in selecting Board Games over the Holidays for Special Needs Children; 6) Insights into 4 Board Games that are great for special needs kiddos: Cubigami; Kornered; Catch the Match; Kids on Stage; 7) How Board Games can help contribute to an Autistic child development; 8) Brandi’s Favorite Board Game at Recent Toys and why

30 MIN2015 APR 28
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E12: Board Games For Kiddos

E11: Lack of Investment Flexibility

In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), discusses the following topics: 1) Lack of Investment Flexibility; 2) Where are Americans mostly Invested (Real Estate & Qualified Plans); 3) How the way qualified plans are setup limits adequate risk management; 4) How lack of adequate risk management is producing mediocre growth performances in plan assets; 5) Is there a better way to protect against unnecessary stock market exposure which is where most qualified plan assets are held; 6) What is Leveraging and it is a bad thing;

26 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
E11: Lack of Investment Flexibility
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