Tom and Yvonne went to Myrtle Beach South Carolina for a vacation. Learn of their most recent adventures on the this amazing episode of the Tom Nardone show!
Tom and Yvonne banter about the divisions of responsibilities in the home for which there need be preparation. Also Yvonne goes a little gangster .
There are many days in our life where we are randomly called to action and there are some that happen on the same day every year. Yvonne and I discuss these days and the circumstances that surround them and why they suck so bad.
Tom an Yvonne discuss hacks and methods they use to keep the peace in the household. They also talk a little bit with the Amazon Echo named Alexa, and Tom explains why he loves her. This was a fantastic show.
Special Guest Joseph Arrowwood and Tom discuss the problems that exist when people interact. Show will cover dating, work and Parenting and much much more.
I am joined by two people with whom share very little in common. However we are all friends and do share the same name. Yes, Three Tom Nardones for the price of one.
Tom Nardone Michigan
Tom Nardone is a prolific entrepreneur. He has founded four companies that each have more than $1,000,000 in annual revenue.
PriveCo is his most popular and he is very passionate about providing the utmost privacy. Since 1998 he has worked to keep your life as private as possible. Over 900,000 people trust Tom with their personal information and he takes the trust of every single one seriously.
His favorite quote is "To get one great idea you need one hundred ideas and a system to determine which one is the best." By Gurminder Bedi. This principle was used to launch PriveCo Inc. and has guided its success ever since.
Tom Nardone (Florida)
Tom Nardone is an example of pursuing the American Dream of financial freedom. At age 19, he started working for the Post Office as a mailman. It didn’t take him long to realize that the security entrapment of “good job” is not a lot different from a 30 year jail sentence.
“You feel trapped, and your income is limited.” Realizing his “good government job” was not going to make his dreams of being financially free come true, Tom took some real estate investing courses and bought his first house in 1983 at just 23 years old. Shortly thereafter he recognized a valuable asset available to him that his real estate investor competition did not have.
Tom is joined by a listener in the Tom Nardone studio as they talk about hoarding. Kristin Weicht is a real life hoarder.
Tom whines about all the bad things involved with owning pets. Yvonne tries to explain the point to it and shares some of her stories about past pets and some close encounters of her own.
Kirsten Milliken of PlayDHD at great risk to her own credibility graced the Tom Nardone Show. Learn about her upcoming book, adult summer camp and How to play your ADHD away.
Thank You Eric Tivers and all of our listeners. This was our 50th episode. I thought it fitting to have The Tom Nardone Show's biggest influence and supporter take the helm and be our first ever guest host.
Yvonne and I have become closer as a result of this show and I hope we have made some of you who are challenged by the stigma of ADHD realize that if you do not want to change, that is okay.
Yvonne and I love you all and we hope to see a day when we celebrate episode 100.
Im Tom Nardone and your welcome.
With Yvonne's new Job come new responsibilities for Tom. In this episode. Tom requires Yvonne to spell out the things she will now require of Tom around the house.
Today marks the end of our first year with the Tom Nardone Show. Yvonne and I discuss likes and dislikes about Christmas , our memories and revisit our favorite show memory. Thanks to all our listeners you are all amazing people.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is probably one of the most famous Christmas stories in the world. I find that sad. I cannot for the life of me, understand what it is about this story that any parent would like their child to learn.Christmas stories like that typically have an underlying message that teach kids some life lesson or help them to understand things about the world. Rudolph is no exception to that rule. It’s just the wrong lesson. Let me explain.
For those of you who have not heard the story. A beautiful reindeer is born, but he is a little different. He is not like the other reindeer. He had a shiny red nose that glows. It, through most of the story, causes him nothing but grief and bullshit; much like anybody who,God Forbid, is different than others and the world just can’t seem to grasp this. With the exception of Rudolph’s mother, the entire town was on his ass for something he could not help, and something he could not change. He wasn’t like everyone else, so all the other asshole reindeer decide that they don’t like Rudolph because of this shiny red nose.
They laughed at him and they called him names. Rudolph’s father even covers his nose with a fake black one so that Santa Clause will find him acceptable. Yes, Santa. There is a scene where Santa, wobbles his jolly fat ass right into the shop where Rudolph’s dad was putting the finishing touches on his new black nose. Rudolph’s dad informs him that he has the nose problems well under control. He explains to Santa that it won’t be a problem, and that is son won’t embarrass him.
Rudolph had no friends, no family, and no support system. He for no reason was made to feel bad about himself. His own father and that White bearded, bag-toting, ho ho ho shouting, sack of shit who is loved across the globe, could not see the beauty in what was different about this gentle meek child reindeer.
Sometime later, a storm came in. It was a storm that could have halted Christmas. Santa was very concerned. (so he claimed) He was worried that all the poor little children in the world would have to go without the toys that his slave colony of elves has been working on all year. Yes, he was screwed. Santa did not have a clue, and he did not have a plan. he stood outside and watched the storm roll in with nothing, but his dick in his hand.
Then all of a sudden, Santa remembers Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. He thinks to himself “Yeah Rudolph! That is the reindeer whose balls I have been busting all year. He is the one that has no friends and whose life I have been ruining for the glorification of my ego.”
So now that Santa’s plans are shit side up, he thinks of Rudolph. Santa realizes that Rudolph’s shiny red nose can be of service to him and to the rest of the bastards who ostracized him and shut him out. Their lives can now be easier with Rudolph’s nose.
So Santa, and Rudolph’s father, and all the other Shit-bag reindeer went to Rudolph, humble for the first time. Santa looking at the ground says “Hey Rudolph, as you know there is a storm coming and we are all really up shit creek here. Would you mind using your nose so that we can all see where in the Hell we are going tonight?”
Rudolph proudly agrees, to escort these son’s of bitches. He just tucked his tail and bailed these assholes out. This basically the story of Rudolph.
I would like to apologize on behalf of Director: Larry Roemer, and Writers: Robert May, Romeo Muller. Literarily speaking they have corn-holed us all. All these years you have had to know the story as it is and it is all because of these three assholes
Well your pain ends today. I, Tom Nardone, and I would like to present a more proper ending to this story. I now present the Tom Nardone ending.
“Hey Rudolph, as you know there is a storm coming and we are all really up shit creek here. Would you mind using your nose so that we can all see where in the Hell we are going tonight?” Rudolph agrees. (Now stay with me) So on the night they leave, the reindeer get harnessed up, and they all take to the air from the North Pole. Santa is relieved; he could not believe that his gelatinous ass was finally airborne, and everything would work out okay, or so it seemed.
Presenting: Rudolph the Rad-Nosed Reindeer.
Rudolph was at the head of the pack leading the way to spread Christmas cheer to the whole world. About twenty minutes into the flight, they were clear of land. Then Rudolph, seeing, that they were now flying over the ocean, breaks a sinister grin. He detaches himself from his harness and flies around alongside the sleigh and says to Santa and all the reindeer.
Rudolph’s nose increased its brightness casting a fiery red aura around himself as he spoke:
“ALL I WANTED WAS TO BE TREATED LIKE ANY OTHER REINDEER, BUT ALL OF YOU CHOSE TO SHIT ON ME! SO YOU PRICKS THINK ABOUT THAT ON YOUR WAY TO HELL. I THIRST FOR THE TEARS YOU WILL SHED AS YOU CRASH THIS PIECE OF SHIT SLEIGH INTO THE OCEAN, WHILE TRYING TO FLY THIS MOTHER-F#CKER BLIND!! BEFORE YOU DIE. KNOW THIS!!
I AM GOING BACK TO CHRISTMAS TOWN, AND I’M GONNA BURN THAT MOTHERFU#KER TO THE GROUND WHILE THE WHOLE TOWN SLEEPS!!! I WILL DRINK YAGER FROM THE SKULL OF AN ELF, AND EAT VENISON AS I STAND IN THE CREMATORY THAT YOU ASSHOLES ONCE CALLED HOME, I WILL WAIT FOR THE WHOLE TOWN TO BURN. WHEN IT IS COMPLETE I WILL GATHER THE ASHES AND THEM IM GONNA BURN THE F#CKING ASHES.
YOU DOUCHE-BAGS DENIED ME A MERRY CHRISTMAS, SO I WILL JUST MAKE MY OWN HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
SO MERRY CHRISTMAS ASSHOLES, MERRY FU@%ING CHRISTMAS.
Rudolph then flew away leaving Santa and the other reindeer without any hope of survival.
Yvonne and are back home safely from the CHADD conference, and We have stories to tell. Please join us as we shameless drop names of some of the biggest and certainly most interesting names in the ADHD Community.
It was a rough start but the day was saved and we are looking forward to a fantastic weekend with all of our friends
My realization that I had no right to be angry with my wife had a very profound effect on the outcome of this show. Yvonne and I discuss the different types of anger and how we manifested them. This was a one of my favorite shows. I also learned that I have the greatest wife in the world.
A pleasure today to have Oz du Soleil of Datascopic.net on the show. Oz is one of few people who have earned the MVP Award from Microsoft for his expertise in Excel. Oz is a published author and is working on his second book. Oz is a brilliant man and he has a heart of gold. It has been and is a pleasure to call him my friend. I loved OZ the first time I ever met him and I hope you will too.
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Margit Crane of Gifted with ADD is our guest and we discuss public transportation among other things as usual. Margit is an ADHD coach and Blogger who primarily works with families more so than individuals with ADHD.
Life Beyond The Couch
Today my world took a sudden turn When out of the blue, my wife said to me. Hey Tom, let's go play Tennis. Ughhh. We I had a choice to get up and leave the house or feel guilty all day. I am glad I went.
Sadly Yvonne was unable to do the Show BUT,
I am so pleased to have my very good friend Andrew Wilcox of Eat Live Dream ADHD. I have been reading Andrews Blog since he began and I will say he is one of the most sincere writers i have ever read.
It is for that reason and also his great sense of humor and status as a valued friend I asked him to join me as we discuss the may ways we have and do disappointed people and the ways in which they continue to be a source of disappoint to the both of us.
The Tom Nardone Show welcomes its third guest ever. Alan Brown, along with Tom & Yvonne Nardone, discuss Alan's latest endevor. Crussher TV. Learn what is purpose and goals are and how it could be of bennefit to you. Alan also gets into the show in the usual Tom Nardone Show fassion and discuss some of his thoughts on motivation and sucess. Not the usual show for Alan Brown.
Alan was a fantastic guest and did not miss a beat as the three of us went from sense to nonsense.
We love you Alan Brown. You are a Hero.
Tom and Yvonne have completely different ideas on what a vacation should be. Tom makes some valid points. Can Yvonne withstand Tom's double dose of truth?
Special Thanks to Doug Harris for the intro bumper
I am without a doubt a cheap bastard. Listen as Yvonne and I discuss The length to which I will go to pinch a penny.
I would rather have a fishhook in my ass then to go out and eat. Learn of some of the reasons why an episode 36 of Tom Nardone Show