Klaus Luhta Podcast

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Synopsis

The only podcast talking sh*t, ships, and politics.

Episodes

  • Side Chickology - Why Men and Women Cheat

    Side Chickology - Why Men and Women Cheat

    22/08/2019 Duration: 25min

    One of the most common occurrences in our society today is acts of relationship unfaithfulness. The percentages of confessed marital infidelity are staggering. Both men and women cheat, regardless of sexual gender preferences. But why? Keith Battle gives the reasons why most committed relationships have some form of betrayal and broken trust. Ironically, something as painful as betrayal can be the very catalyst of catapulting a relationship from average to amazing. Keith has personally experienced this in his own marriage and has helped many others experience this antithetical blessing in disguise. Side Chickology: Why Men & Women Cheat. Understanding, Avoiding, and Recovering from Infidelity is filled with healing and humor simultaneously. It's both transparent and prescriptive. In this book you'll discover:~ Why people actually cross the line and cheat on their partners.~ How children completely change the dynamic of a relationship.~ The secrets of the man cave.~ The conversations that lead to cheating.

  • Dont Call Him the Cold Shower Guy. How Cold Showers Help This Entrepreneur Kick Addiction and Help Others in Recovery

    Don't Call Him the Cold Shower Guy. How Cold Showers Help This Entrepreneur Kick Addiction and Help Others in Recovery

    02/08/2019 Duration: 32min

    As an entrepreneur in long-term recovery, Jesse is passionate about helping people overcome obstacles and make choices that inspire them to live their best life. Jesse lives his purpose as a trainer, author, professional life coach, group empowerment facilitator and mentor for people in addiction recovery. Jesse is the founder of Entrepreneurs in Recovery™. He started Entrepreneurs in Recovery™ in 2017 as a way to transform the lives of 5000 men and women in addiction recovery through one-on-one coaching, facilitation, writing, and, speaking. He currently works with communities, addiction treatment centers, and sober living facilities in the Northeast U.S. where he helps facilitate change using the Entrepreneurs in Recovery™ workshops. Jess is an XChange Certified Practitioner with a deep passion to bring out the best in any individual, team, community, or system.

  • Karen Briscoe - Challenging Yourself All the Way

    Karen Briscoe - Challenging Yourself All the Way

    28/05/2019 Duration: 31min

    Karen Briscoe is an inspiration in so many ways! Here most recent book, Flip Time / Love Life is the story of a Heroine’s Journey. As a tale, it allows you, the reader, to immerse yourself in the experience. Although personal development, self-help, and similar genres offer information, illustrating through story often can impact at a higher level than “how-to” instructions. This is why parables, allegories, myths, and legends have stood the test of time. One can go back and read and reread and glean new insights and applications. The majority of the characters and names in the story are essentially a figment of Karen's imagination. The main character is Haley, whose name means heroine. Although the heroine makes do with her ordinary life, she feels as if there is something missing. She ventures outside her comfort zone on a Call to Adventure. On the journey from the known to the unknown, she meets with challenges; takes transformational leaps; and asks for and receives help from friends and guides. As she em

  • The Trail-Blazing Admiral of Many Firsts

    The Trail-Blazing Admiral of Many Firsts

    19/04/2019 Duration: 27min

    RADM Wendi Carpenter is the Executive Director of the Captain Phillips and Lane Kirkland Maritime Trust where she advocates for long-term strength of the U.S. maritime industry in the United States and around the world. and the American Merchant Marine by generating public awareness, assisting high achieving individuals who want to pursue careers in maritime and advocating for public policy to ensure the viability of the industry and its workforce. She previously served as the 10th President of the State University of New York Maritime College. She was the first woman to serve as President of the college. She stepped down in 2013 after navigating through the challenges of hurricane Sandy.  Carpenter was a Naval Aviator, flight instructor, and held various commands throughout her Naval career. 

  • Kari Romeo - Becoming Beautiful and a Life of Adventure

    Kari Romeo - Becoming Beautiful and a Life of Adventure

    19/04/2019 Duration: 32min

    Learning to love oneself starts by uncovering the limiting beliefs that lurk in our subconscious clearing the way for true self-love and wholeness. Each of us picks up limiting beliefs in our youth that rob us of our potential and our joy. Becoming Beautiful is author Kari Romeo’s transformation story. It is told through stories of family, careers, and marriage while offering suggestions to the reader to get curious about their own stories and limiting beliefs.  Kari Romeo‘s career path took her down many different avenues. She is a retired Air Force officer, has managed numerous retail stores and is presently a Real Estate agent as well as a transformational life coach. To the outside observer, she appeared to be a highly successful woman. In her mind, however, she struggled with a lack of self-esteem, questioning her worth, and feeling like she just wasn’t enough. Kari struggled to feel feminine while wearing a more masculine mask she felt was needed to be successful in leadership positions. Kari realized t

  • Captain Phillips - 10 Years After the Attack

    Captain Phillips - 10 Years After the Attack

    19/04/2019 Duration: 13min

    Ten years ago Captain Richard Phillips endured a pirate attack and rescue by U.S. Navy SEALs in the Indian Ocean that captured the attention of the world.  The release of this episode commemorates the rescue and all that has taken place since then. Today, Captain Phillips spends his time speaking around the world and devoting himself to The Captain Richard Phillips and Lane Kirkland Maritime Trust in efforts to further awareness of the merchant marine and supporting maritime industries as a meaningful career path.  To learn more about the Phillips Maritime Trust visit www.captainphillipstrust.org.   

  • Clay Maitland Interview

    Clay Maitland Interview

    19/09/2018 Duration: 40min
  • Captain Jim Staples Interview

    Captain Jim Staples Interview

    19/09/2018 Duration: 27min

    Captain Jim Staples is a master mariner with more than three decades at sea as a deep sea Captain. Jim sailed aboard a variety of vessels over the years, most recently aboard large car carrying vessels traveling all over the globe. After coming ashore, Jim found his niche consulting and advising shipping companies on safety, security, and anti-piracy. Often featured on the cable news networks, Captain Staples is a familiar face providing expert commentary whenever a maritime incident occurs.     

  • Sean Pribyl Interview

    Sean Pribyl Interview

    31/05/2018 Duration: 27min

    Sean Pribyl is an attorney at Blank Rome's a Washington D.C. office.  Blank Rome is an Am Law 100 law firm with 600 attorneys and 13 offices around the world.  Sean focuses his practice on maritime and international law, environmental and regulatory matters, white collar criminal law, civil litigation, and advanced automation in the transportation sector. His practice involves: defense of administrative, civil, and criminal enforcement actions maritime environmental compliance pollution incident and marine casualty response Jones Act coastwise trade, citizenship, and crewing issues, including outer continental shelf exemptions and U.S. build/rebuild standards and exemptions/waivers unmanned/autonomous/remotely operated vessels (“USV” or “MASS”) and small unmanned aircraft systems (“sUAS”) or “drones” marine casualties and collisions and vessel limitation of liability actions risk mitigation strategies in pollution incidents legislative and regulatory affairs in the transportation sector maritime security ons

  • Maritime Day Press Conference Introducing the Energizing American Shipbuilding Act

    Maritime Day Press Conference Introducing the Energizing American Shipbuilding Act

    29/05/2018 Duration: 35min

    On National Maritime Day 2018, a group of bipartisan congressional members came together to introduce the Energizing American Shipbuilding Act.  This legislation introduced by Congressman John Garamendi (D-CA) and cosponsored by Congressman Duncan Hunter (D-CA), Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS), Congressman Alan Lowenthal (D-CA), and Congressman Donald Norcross (D-NJ) aims to increase the number of American ships carrying liquified natural gas.  The law if passed would require a very small percentage of LNG exported from America be carried aboard American flag vessels. Just this one small requirement would require the construction of at least 50 new LNG vessels. 

  • Panama Canal Towboat Operators Fight For Safety

    Panama Canal Towboat Operators Fight For Safety

    08/05/2018 Duration: 27min

    Taking on the Panama Canal Authority in Panama is never advised. So why would a group of towboat Captains openly defy the Canal Authority, risking their lives and livelihoods, to make known a significant safety issue? We talk to two of the towboat Captains, Ivan DeLaguardia and Manuel Ceballos, who share about their ongoing fight with the Panama Canal Authority and why this matters so much. This is the first work stoppage in the canal's history. With the new locks operating, a lot is on the line. The economic success of the canal matters. The lives of the towboat crews matter. And the Canal Authority wants its way. Hear what's happening in the Canal from an insider's perspective. 

  • Interview with Maritime TVs Dave Gardy - Part 2

    Interview with Maritime TV's Dave Gardy - Part 2

    09/03/2018 Duration: 08min

    Dave Gardy has carved a niche in the maritime industry with Maritime TV and his well-known segments like “Mondays With Maitland” and “Conversations With Cartner.” Usually, Dave is the one asking the questions but in this segment, we get an opportunity to peek behind the curtain and find more about him and his work. After graduating from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy with a marine engineering degree, Gardy worked doing design work.  As part of his work, Gardy began documenting his project vessels using video cameras and providing commentary. Seeing an opportunity for his own business, he started a company that filmed ships for corporate clients and eventually became one of the first internet video streaming companies.  The evolution of his business to today has him providing corporate video service for a number of business sectors, including maritime. You can find more about Dave Gardy at maritimetv.com.

  • Interview With the Maritime Administrator - Part 2

    Interview With the Maritime Administrator - Part 2

    24/01/2018 Duration: 22min

    Part two of the podcast interview with Maritime Administrator Admiral Mark Buzby. We cover autonomous ships, maritime academies, manning levels for U.S. flag vessels, and other interesting topics.     

  • Interview with Maritime TVs Dave Gardy - Part 1

    Interview with Maritime TV's Dave Gardy - Part 1

    17/01/2018 Duration: 11min

    Dave Gardy has carved a niche in the maritime industry with Maritime TV and his well-known segments like “Mondays With Maitland” and “Conversations With Cartner.” Usually, Dave is the one asking the questions but in this segment, we get an opportunity to peek behind the curtain and find more about him and his work. After graduating from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy with a marine engineering degree, Gardy worked doing design work.  As part of his work, Gardy began documenting his project vessels using video cameras and providing commentary. Seeing an opportunity for his own business, he started a company that filmed ships for corporate clients and eventually became one of the first internet video streaming companies.  The evolution of his business to today has him providing corporate video service for a number of business sectors, including maritime. You can find more about Dave Gardy at maritimetv.com.

  • Interview With the Maritime Administrator - Part 1

    Interview With the Maritime Administrator - Part 1

    17/01/2018 Duration: 11min

    Admiral Mark "Buzz" Buzby joins the podcast to talk about Kings Point's convincing football victory over Coast Guard as well as all the very important issues facing the American maritime industry. Be sure to leave a comment about the things mentioned in our talk. We love to hear your feedback. 

  • A Shipbrokers Life - Part 3

    A Shipbroker's Life - Part 3

    15/12/2017 Duration: 11min

    Join us as we wrap things up with the narwahl of shipping, Brian Houst of Dome Chartering. 

  • A Shipbrokers Life - Part 2

    A Shipbroker's Life - Part 2

    15/12/2017 Duration: 11min

    Join us for more from Brian Houst on shipbroking, maritime cargo trades, and how to succeed in this area of the industry. 

  • How to Make a Million Dollars in Maritime

    How to Make a Million Dollars in Maritime

    08/12/2017 Duration: 13min

    My guest today is Brian Houst, Commercial Director for Dome Chartering & Trading Corp. in Annapolis, Maryland. Dome is committed to being on the forefront of international logistic techniques and is diversified in the size and type of cargo it ships. Dome is the exclusive commercial representative for Schuyler Line Navigation Company. Both companies are approaching twenty years in the business.  As Commercial Director Brian wears a number of hats, brokering ships, cargoes, and whatever else crosses his path.  Brian shares with us the basics of shipbroking and how a new maritime graduate might best find their path in this area of the industry along with other great histories about the company he works for and the town where they are domiciled.  We also touch on the Annapolis Maritime Society (https://www.naptownmaritimesociety.com/), an organization Brian founded and continues to operate.  

  • Interview with Congressman John Garamendi

    Interview with Congressman John Garamendi

    17/11/2017 Duration: 21min

    Congressman John Garamendi brings nearly four decades of public service to Congress, beginning in the state of California. Since 2009 Congressman Garamendi has served in the U.S. House of Representatives.  He is a tireless advocate for job creation, quality and affordable health care, education, environmental protection, and scientific research.  Today we discuss the American maritime industry, the Jones Act, and Hurrican Maria, among other things.  Congressman Garamendi serves on the Armed Services Committee and the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, where he is Ranking Member of the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee.      

  • The Truth About the Jones Act

    The Truth About the Jones Act

    15/11/2017 Duration: 32min

    What is the Jones Act and why has it received so much press attention recently? Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria decimated the Gulf Coast and the Carribean and many blamed the Jones Act. Opponents of the Jones Act claim it makes goods on Puerto Rico more expensive. Proponents of the Jones Act say to look at the U.S. Virgin Islands as proof positive the Jones Act does not make goods more expensive.  Jim Patti and Klaus Luhta delve into the Jones Act, what happened in the wake of the hurricanes, and other happenings in Washington D.C.