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2020 Innovator: Deborah Fox

first_img 1 4 House committee poised to advance SECURE 2.0 retirement savings bill Subscribe for original insights, commentary and analysis of the issues facing the financial advice community, from the InvestmentNews team. House panel unanimously passes SECURE 2.0 Why Tony Robbins, tax shelters and financial advisers don’t mix 2 The Gates divorce: Lessons for financial advisers You have read 168 of 3 free articles this week. Register now for increased access.Register for free access to this article.By registering, you can read up to 3 articles per week.RegisterAlready registered? Sign in to continue reading or subscribe for unlimited access.,MOST READ 5 3 Newsletters InvestCloud to acquire Advicent and NaviPlan planning softwarelast_img read more


Argo women’s soccer sweeps weekly GSC awards

first_img Share Transfers Shelby Bush and Sarah Story earned GSC awards for strong play in GSC openers (Photos by John Blackie) Argo women’s soccer sweeps weekly GSC awardscenter_img     BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The West Florida women’s soccer team swept the Gulf South Conference weekly awards with keeper Sarah Story (Hoover, Ala/Darton) repeating as the GSC Defender of the Week and striker Shelby Bush (Shalimar, Fla./Darton) earning her first GSC Player of the Week honor.Story repeated after shutting out Union in UWF’s 2-0 victory on the road in Jackson, Tenn. in the team’s conference opener on Sept. 14. Story then held reigning conference champion North Alabama to one goal and blocked a penalty kick en route to a 4-1 victory for the Argonauts.Story recorded 8 saves in the two games and now leads the conference with a .839 save percentage on the season. She is second in the GSC with a 0.83 goals against average and third in total saves with 26.Bush earned her first Player of the Week award after recording a hat trick against then-ranked No. 21 UNA on the road in Florence, Ala. She scored the game-tying goal for UWF and then the go-ahead goal for the Argos before adding some insurance with her third goal of the game.Bush leads the Argos with 6 goals, 20 shots, 16 shots on goal, and is tied for the team lead with 2 assists for the season. In the conference she is ranked third in shots, tied for third in goals and tied for sixth in assists. She is tied for second with 2 game-winning goals.UWF will play Christian Brothers on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the UWF soccer fields.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS#  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more


Who needs a TV cooking show when you can host one…

first_imgNEW YORK | Almost every Monday night, Gaby Dalkin, hosts a live cooking demo from her home in southern California on her Instagram account, What’s Gaby Cooking.The show is under an hour and Dalkin’s husband, Thomas Dawson, records it and reads out questions and comments from viewers.Dalkin, who went to culinary school and has worked as a private chef, will offer tips for de-boning salmon, cleaning mushrooms, and joke about her polka dot sweatsuit that Thomas says resembles pajamas. It’s all very casual and doable, which Dalkin said is the point.This April 10, 2019 photo shows Gaby Dalkin shopping for oranges at Santa Monica Downtown Farmers Market in Santa Monica, Calif. Dalkin, the chef behind the popular Website and social media accounts, “What’s Gaby Cooking,” is forging her own path. Every Monday she posts a live demo to Instagram as she cooks dinner which has become appointment viewing for some fans. Her husband films it and reads questions from viewers as she’s cooking. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)“It’s like you’re cooking alongside your best friend in the kitchen,” said Dalkin in a recent interview. “I don’t want to spend five hours cooking a meal and I know everyone else doesn’t. Let’s show people how to make something simple and delicious and go about our lives.”It turns out there is an audience who make tuning in a ritual.“We have people in India where it’s their morning when they’re watching,” said Dalkin.She recently got a message from a viewer’s husband who said every Monday night he falls asleep listening to her voice because his wife is watching as they go to bed. He wanted to not like her, but now he’s a fan.She also encourages her followers to make the recipes throughout the week and tag her on Instagram, which as Dalkin notes, is free marketing and publicity.Thomas may be heard and not seen in the cooking demos, but he’s earned his own devotees. There’s an Instagram account, What’s Thomas Eating, where he’s often poking fun at his wife. He sometimes posts his own videos when he’s home alone and cooking her recipes.“He started What’s Thomas Eating as a total joke and I think sometimes he’s more influential than I am,” laughed Dalkin.Dalkin says she’s not looking for a traditional cooking show because she feels like she’s already doing that online.“Back in the day, all I wanted was to be the ‘Next Food Network Star.’ I applied three years in a row and got denied three years in a row. Yes, we would do some sort of TV series, but I would need it to be a lot more animated and fun and maybe even lifestyle and travel-related.”Dawson is in the process of transitioning from his day job in advertising to work with Gaby full-time. The goal is to ramp up their content and produce more videos for her website, YouTube and Instagram accounts. Dalkin also has two cookbooks, “Absolutely Avocados” (fans know she seriously loves avocados,) and “What’s Gaby Cooking: Everyday California Food.” She’s now working on a third.“I haven’t taken a day off in the last probably five years,” confesses Dalkin. “Sometimes I’ll have a full meltdown because I can’t think of any recipes and Thomas is good about being like, ‘Let’s go for a walk and remove ourselves from the kitchen and where we normally work.’”last_img read more