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(December 29, 2014) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: Looking To The Future No Matter What Lingers In The Past

On this show, Del Walmsley looks to the future in order to put the past in perspective. With the passing of his mother just last week, the tidings of the holidays are put on pause to discuss the burning fire that is life and to bring hope to those who need it most in the new year.

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(December 29, 2014) Del Walmsley: “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night”

This is the opening line and title of a poem written by the famous Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas. In fact, it was written as his father fell further into blindness. It can be said that in this poem, Dylan Thomas struck a chord within us all; death is something to be faced, not chosen. However, his father’s blindness was not a choice and it was something he likely fought until falling into total darkness. Here to examine the flip side of this morbid coin is Del Walmsley, as he examines the poor life choices that led to his mother’s death last week, as well as the choices of countless others who choose death rather than living to face it. This show should not be misconstrued, as it is an argument for the pursuance of a fruitful life, especially in the face of overwhelming odds.

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(December 23, 2014) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: A Story of A Completely Different Goose That Laid The Golden Egg

You may find that it is quite the coincidence that now two geese have laid golden eggs, but in the mind and in the life of the LU real estate investor, anything is possible. Today, Del Walmsley allows the adults to have a special fable to curl up to the holiday fire with as well, as he tells a reinvigorated version of The Goose That Laid The Golden Egg. 

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(December 23, 2014) Del Walmsley: A Story of A Completely Different Goose That Laid The Golden Egg

You may find that it is quite the coincidence that now two geese have laid golden eggs, but in the mind and in the life of the LU real estate investor, anything is possible. Today, Del Walmsley allows the adults to have a special fable to curl up to the holiday fire with as well, as he tells a reinvigorated version of The Goose That Laid The Golden Egg. 

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(December 22, 2014) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: Remembering The Fallen, Mourning Their Loss & Appreciating The Gift of Life

Today, we pay tribute to two honest police officers who lost their lives on duty, a former Houston Mayor who is no longer with us and a beloved family member of one of our very own who was taken before their time. Del Walmsley is your host for this show, which shines a light on loss for the sake of remembrance, a pausing of life’s hustle and bustle and for the sake of the appreciation of life in general.

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(December 22, 2014) Del Walmsley: Keeping Your Growth Alive

Life is filled with opportunities for growth, but these opportunities change as we do. In our early days, many of us ride the wave of academic advancement, family praise and/or the general bliss that comes with young age, and for a moment, it seems that our lives will always remain in a state of eternal bloom. Then, with the fleeting of time, these opportunities begin to shroud themselves in increasingly impressive disguises – becoming older, failing at a task for the first time and reaching what seems to be another one of life’s dead ends. Here, on this show, Del Walmsley argues that it is our responsibility to reveal these opportunities to ourselves as we age, because even though our many material goods and achievements are borrowed and must soon be returned, the accessing of our potential in the face of adversity is the light that shines brightest in our final moments and will continue to do so in the hearts of the generations that follow our departure.

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(December 19, 2014) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: Putting More of A Life Back In Your Life

Del Walmsley starts by setting the record straight about his philosophy about money and real estate investing. What follows is a powerful analysis of the song “Cats In The Cradle,” revealing the toll of a prevalent work culture. Then, Del tells his life’s story about facing, and ultimately escaping, a vicious work cycle of his own. This show embodies the Lifestyles Unlimited slogan: “It’s Not The Money, It’s The Lifestyle.”

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(December 18, 2014) The Del Walmsley Radio Show with Special Guest, John Ridgway: The Road To Overcoming Fear In Pursuit of The Independent Lifestyle

Nobody ever said that living the corporate life would not be tough, but then again, nobody ever said that a lot of it just flat out wouldn’t make any sense. Today, Del Walmsley and the idolized “Johnny Lama” of real estate investment laugh as they share stories about a nonsensical past life lived in the name of work, under the shadow of fear and in a constant state of dependency. So, if you’re sitting at a dead end 9-5 job and pinching yourself is no longer doing the trick to wake you up to corporate America’s inadequacies, then maybe you should give this show a try.

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(December 17, 2014) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

The most important ingredient of the holidays is the impulse to give. Whether it is that gag gift that you found a year ago that you knew would instantly claim you the title of the ultimate prankster, the thoughtful gift that reflects the treasured idiosyncrasies of that special someone of yours, or the gift to strangers in need, all reflect the ability we have to act on the compassion we share for others. Well, on today’s show, we would like to add another type of gift to the list, which is the gift that keeps on giving. Now, we know what you may be thinking in this instance; the gift that keeps on giving is in fact love and has been on the list for some time now. Trust us, we certainly do agree, but this is a bird of a different feather. No, what we suggest is the gift of a financial legacy, the gift of more time with those you love and the gift of affordable shelter to those in your community. We speak of real estate investment and of the abundance it provides to you and yours, and oh so many more.

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(December 16, 2014) Del Walmsley: Saying No To The Mantra of “The Workin Man”

Life does not have to be lived in the fleeting moments after work is over, and it would seem apparent that many people these days realize just that, but do they act on it? Switching gears a tad, it seems quite ironic that one of the foremost rock bands of the 70’s (RUSH) would see fit to perform a song chronicling the life of your average working man. What had Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart done to feel compelled to sing about a life so far removed from their own – so beneath that of the rock gods they were and still are today? Obviously, they all likely had a deeper philosophical explanation of their own, but we would like to posit that it was to strike a chord of aspiration in their listeners; don’t despair and don’t reserve yourself to a cold beer and a numbing regiment that is devoid of meaning. Now, Del won’t turn a tune for you on this LU podcast, but he will show you how one of his favorite songs about a life he would never live, was his biggest impetus to turn from it.

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