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Graining In
#133: Mike Semenec & Vince Tursi | DSSOLVR

Graining In

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 88:43


2022 keeps the positive momentum rolling (at least with this podcast), as we're joined by the co-founders of DSSOLVR -- Vince Tursi (again) and Mike Semenec (a first). We often reference our first interview with Vince as an archetype for what this podcast is at its most complete, and this conversation only built upon that. On the beer side, we get DEEEEP in the coffee beer weeds (technical townies, UNITE); Mike sheds light on how the hell he maintains the aesthetic output the brewery demeands (spreadsheets and doodles); and we revisit the topic of decoding the elusive art of effectively managing people. If your new to the pod, this is a GREAT place to start, and if you're tried and true Grain Ganger, well, your welcome ;-)............. ................ .................. ......................... Music: "Mountain Climb" by Jake Hill

KSP
Episode 191 "7 Inches Thick & Cut"

KSP

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 81:44


This week we start the show with a cultural debate, who would be better in a Verzuz Fabolous or Andre 3000 (:57). James talks about his most recent trip to Asheville (11:01), Johnny tell us how the Biden Vaccine mandate was blocked (25:19), The fellas discuss the Drake and the hot sauce story (38:00), the Trey Songz allegations (45:50), Johnny gives us his NFL Playoff picks for the first round (1:05:46) and Johnny is in pursuit of being a Poke master (1:14:08). All that and whole lot more this week. Thanks for listening Visit www.kickinshitpod.com/ for all things KSP. Go to the contact tab fill out a form and give us your feedback, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! Like, Share, Comment

She Podcasts
341 Rugged Sleek

She Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 52:03


2022 IS HERE! Elsie and Jess share their holidays debrief! And birthday gifts galore (you won't believe what gift Jess bought for herself). Harry and Megan possibly not getting the

Your Other Brothers Podcast
YC090: Bitterness

Your Other Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 89:45


It's our first episode of 2022, and we're hitting the year running with a self-examination of bitterness. What do we hold against God, against others, and against ourselves? As it relates to our sexuality, where have we grown bitter in these three areas, and where is the blessing? Join Tom, Ben, and Will as we share some of our descents into bitterness, as well as our climbs into the sweetness of this Christian journey. LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE ➡️ Will's blog, "Why I Like Queer Eye": https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/2018/07/03/like-queer-eye/ ➡️ Tom's blog, "The Year I Don't Wanna Look Back On (Again)": https://thomasmarkz.com/2021/12/the-year-i-dont-wanna-look-back-on-again/ ➡️ Ben's blog, "To My Pastor: A Template to Help You Come Out to Church Leadership": https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/2021/05/25/to-my-pastor-a-template-to-help-you-come-out-to-church-leadership/ COMMENT ON THIS EPISODE ➡️ What have you held against God? Against others? And against yourself? Where have you seen bitterness turn to sweetness in your journey with faith, sexuality, and masculinity? PODCAST EPISODE PAGE ➡️ https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/2022/01/14/yobcast-090-bitterness/ RATE/REVIEW US ON APPLE PODCASTS ➡️ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-other-brothers-podcast/id1142011465 FOLLOW THE CAST ➡️ Tom's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/tom/ ➡️ Ben's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/ben/ ➡️ Will's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/willc/ GET IN TOUCH

The CEO Teacher Podcast
How to Turn Your ESL Teacher Resources into a Growing Online Business

The CEO Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 54:43


From ESL teacher resources to an ESL teacher course with Courtney Morgan Whether you specialize as an ESL teacher or whether you're a teacher wondering what your next move might be, we are doing something that we've never done before on The CEO Teacher ® podcast. Today, we are having a one-on-one coaching session. Friends, meet Courtney. Courtney is one of our CEO Teacher Trailblazers. We refer to our trailblazers as someone who has taken a path of quick success. While Courtney started out making ESL teacher resources and ELL resources, you're going to hear how she's gone from selling her resources on TpT to launching a very successful course in a veeeeeeeeeeeery short amount of time. And what I love about today's episode…we're literally going to plan out her next big move. Beyond an ESL teacher course and toward a growing CEO Teacher ® business Courtney Morgan is an English Learner Specialist and teacher, living near Asheville, North Carolina, where she loves having the mountains at her doorstep. After 16 years as an elementary classroom teacher in districts large and small, Courtney shifted into her current role to focus her efforts on supporting multilingual students. Through her business, The All-Access Classroom, Courtney equips general education teachers to confidently make their lessons accessible to English learners. I know you're going to love her story, but what is so special about today's show is that you're going to get a little behind the scenes look at what our coaching looks like inside of our program. Plus, a LOT of you can benefit from her questions. So whether you're an ESL teacher or if you're just wondering, “Should I continue to make products for TpT or should you move into making a product or service?” Look no further and listen to this episode! In this episode, you will learn: If an ESL teacher going live on both IG and FB should repurpose their content and use the same outline for both platforms in the same week Whether ESL teachers should direct more energy to develop an ESL teacher course or classroom resources (or both) When to refresh your opt-in or lead magnet  How to set up the community part of an ESL teacher course Links Mentioned in this Episode about ESL teacher resources:  The All-Access Classroom Courtney Morgan on Instagram Courtney Morgan on Facebook Courtney Morgan on TpT Simply Stained Shop This episode is brought to you by Simply Stained Shop: A personal intention for your 2022 year, it's a single word that is a daily focus reminding you to show up intentionally because you're placing your word in locations you see everyday. Choose your own word on wood at simplystainedshop.com  For the month of January, get a FREE word on wood with purchase or use code: KAYSE for 10% off your order. CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD:  What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, Start or Expand Your Online Teacher Business, and get started building your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so ask me your questions about creating an ESL teacher course or community! ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @kaysemorris on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners!  I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love.  To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! New Year, New You My Top Business Mistakes and How to Avoid Them My Top 5 Favorite Business Books of the Year

Big Asp Cornhole Podcast
Episode 102: Flying Dirty ft Noah Almanza

Big Asp Cornhole Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 58:40


Sean and Dane are back discussing everything cornhole! They recap the results of the ACL open event held in Asheville, NC and review three series of bags by Flying Dirty Cornhole. Then they are joined by Noah Almanza, a rookie ACL pro who has made several big splashes in this early season!  Be sure to checkout our Patreon page and join our community of Cornhole fanatics!BIG ASP Cornhole Patreon page:https://www.patreon.com/bigaspcornholehttps://www.localbagcompany.com/-Throw like a pro….Throw Localhttps://www.cornholesolutions.com/-For all your cornhole board problemshttps://blackjackcornhole.com/Code: BigAsp saves you 10%https://airwolfathletics.com/Code: BigAsp saves you 10%Flying Dirty Cornholehttps://www.facebook.com/flyingdirtycornhole/

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman
Janice Craig & Bella Diva Couture art pet fashion in 2022

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 19:02


I am so excited to share with you about Janice Craig from Belle Diva Couture's plans and inspiration for 2022. Janice is a very talented art pet fashion designer. She lives in Charlotte, NC., and she is a mom of 2 very spoiled Yorkies, Greti, and Baby Girl. Janice is well known in the world for her amazing interior design and pet fashion design. Janice has many years of experience in residential and yacht interiors, but her true passion always has been pet fashion. She opened her company Belle Diva Couture, and she began as an offshoot of pet rescue work. Her beautiful creations have been featured on runways in New York, Chicago, Nashville, Charlotte, Asheville, NC, and Florida markets. She loves giving back to the pet rescue community.Connect with  Janice:Instagram: Belle Diva CoutureFacebook: Belle Diva CouturePhoto credit to NNeely Bryanne - Diva Dog Photography, https://www.facebook.com/neelywaringphotography

Your Other Brothers Podcast
CC039: Tom & Matt Get Emo for Spider-Man!

Your Other Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 27:59


Tom is joined by fellow YOB cofounder Matt to kick off a new year of podcasts! We chat about 2022 and how Matt thinks this will be the sequel year to 2020 (as opposed to 2021), and we spend the bulk of our time discussing the broiest (YOBiest??) Spider-Man movie of all-time, Spider-Man: No Way Home. SPOILER ALERT in case you haven't seen it yet! Fast-forward to 19:53 to skip all the movie talk, or check the chapters on your podcast app! RATE/REVIEW US ON APPLE PODCASTS ➡️ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-other-brothers-podcast/id1142011465 FOLLOW THE CAST ➡️ Tom's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/tom/ ➡️ Matt's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/matt/ GET IN TOUCH

NC F&B Podcast
Devil's Foot Beverages

NC F&B Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 56:35


Ben Colvin is bringing craft brewing to soda! Whether or not you're partaking in Dry January, you can get down with @devilsfootbrew nonalcoholic beverages (word on the street is they make a pretty good mixer too…)! On this episode, we sit down with founder Ben Colvin to chat about his background in wilderness therapy and conservation. We also learn how Ben transitioned into making nonalcoholic beverages and where the name Devil's Foot comes from. Actually the process of making DB Brews is very similar to making beer. Tune in to hear more!       Support our Sponsors: SPOT ON Tech that helps your business grow. Call Tanya 858-213-7820 or email her tanyam@spoton.com Drink Joe Van Gogh Coffee! Proof Alcohol Ice Cream Think Differently About Dessert Triangle Wine Company Use promo code 'NCFB' at checkout! The NC F&B Podcast is Produced and Engineered by Max Trujillo of Trujillo Media For booking or questions about the show, contact: max@ncfbpodcast.com or matt@ncfbpodcast.com 

The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast
Life is Finite and Money is Infinite with Chris Larsen

The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 38:52


#223: Our life experiences have an immense impact on our choices. Great things happen when you choose to learn and act positively from what life throws at you. That's the story of today's guest, Chris Larsen, founder and Managing Partner of https://www.nextlevelincome.com/ (Next-Level Income). Chris learned how to think like an investor and take calculated risks at an early age. This principle helped him achieve financial success.   Chris wrote his book, https://www.nextlevelincome.com/book (Next-Level Income), to illustrate that the goal of investing shouldn't be just about money – it's more about the search for financial freedom and the freedom that it can provide in your life. There's so much wisdom in this episode, let's dive in.  Top 3 Things You'll Learn:  The value of reading books  How to start investing in real estate with little to no money  How to have true financial independence and live life to the fullest   About Our Guest: Chris Larsen is the founder and Managing Partner of https://www.nextlevelincome.com/ (Next-Level Income). Since retiring after 18 years in the medical device industry, he has dedicated his time to helping others become financially independent through education and investment opportunities. In addition, Chris has been investing in and managing real estate for over 20 years.  While completing his degree in Biomechanical Engineering and MBA in Finance at Virginia Tech, he bought his first single-family rental at age 21. After that, Chris expanded into development, private lending, buying distressed debt and commercial offices, and ultimately syndicating commercial properties. He began syndicating deals in 2016 and has been actively involved in over $500M of real estate acquisitions.  In addition to real estate, Chris has invested in equities, oil & gas, and small business lending, as well as being active in Venture South, one of the nation's Top 10 Angel Investing groups. Chris lives with his wife and two boys (and Viszla, Lucy!) in Asheville, NC, where he loves spending time with them outdoors and enjoying the food and culture that the region offers. — Connect with Chris Larsen:  Website - https://www.nextlevelincome.com/ (https://www.nextlevelincome.com/) Short-Term Rental Course - https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/str (https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/str) Get Chris Larsen's free book Next Level Income - https://www.nextlevelincome.com/book (https://www.nextlevelincome.com/book)

Carolina Weather Group
Snow totals, storm damage across Carolinas (Special Report)

Carolina Weather Group

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 26:15


A storm, which gave way from severe weather to snow, has produced snowfall accumulation across North Carolina. Preliminary snowfall totals are in and the Carolina Weather Group is examining how much snowfall in places including Asheville, Boone, Blowing Rock, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Raleigh, Durham, and more. Plus a look at storm damage reports from overnight severe thunderstorms, gusty winds, and flash flooding. James Brierton hosts from Charlotte with Scotty Powell and Dylan Hudler on the road snow chasing in the western North Carolina mountains. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST SUPPORT US ON PATREON VISIT OUR WEBSITE WATCH ON YOUTUBE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carolinaweather/message

Day Fire Podcast
Learning As We Flow

Day Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 74:36


This week Dawson and Clint talked with Marc Hunt. If you have ever enjoyed a day of kayaking, canoeing, or rafting on the Ocoee, then you have Marc to thank! Marc was the co-founder of Sunburst Adventures - the first outfitter to operate on the Ocoee. His journey includes passion - business - court rooms - politics - and yes, a lot of paddling! It's easy to take the memories made and the adventures experienced for granted, but the Ocoee as we know it today is not the Ocoee Marc experienced in the 70's. It took building a business, learning how to market that business, and an epic battle with TVA! He has paddled many rivers in the U.S, plus Central and South America and Nepal. Marc has sat on a number of non-profit boards and served as an advisor for initiatives that are designed to give back and protect the outdoors that we all love so much. His wife, Cat Potts, and his son, Colin Hunt, are both accomplished paddlers as well. They live in Asheville, Nc and even though Marc has paddled rivers around the world - he still says nothing is quiet like being on the Ocoee! PLUS - who names the rapids? Thanks for listening! Find all our episodes at dayfirepodcast.com This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm

All Things Private Practice Podcast
Let's End Hustle Culture & Internalized Capitalism [featuring Dr. Liz Slonena]

All Things Private Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 27:52


It's 2022, and a lot of us are setting goals and resolutions. AND a lot of us are still feeling like we're not doing enough... regardless of how much you're actually doing and accomplishing.Do you find yourself often thinking that you're going to need to hustle and grind until the day you die?A lot of us, struggle to separate our next accomplishment from our self-worth, myself included.In this episode, I talk with Dr. Liz Slonena, EMDR therapist, hypnotherapist, and badass social media influencer.We talk about...Hustle Culture and Internalized CapitalismSelf-Worth and AchievementFeeling like you're never doing enoughTips to slow down, take a step back, and use hypnosis for mindful self-compassion--------------------------------------------------------More about Dr. Liz Slonena, PsyD:Dr. Liz Slonena (slow-nin-nah) is a licensed psychologist, wellness Youtuber, and mindful hypnotherapist in Asheville, North Carolina. As a recovering perfectionist with ADHD, she is passionate about helping other entrepreneurs give the middle finger to perfectionism so that they can work less and live more vibrantly. Dr. Liz is the co-creator of Brief Mindful Hypnosis, a research-backed approach to rapidly overcome stress to help you feel more calm, creative, & confident. With more than 10 years of clinical research experience & over a dozen studies published, Liz is unapologetically nerdy. A few of her favorite research collaborations include investigating ketamine as a rapid anti-depressant, pioneering an adaptive dissociation and hypnotizability scale, and conducting pilot studies on Mindful Hypnotherapy. When she isn't recording meditation tracks for Youtube or wellness apps, Liz enjoys playing video games, painting, kickboxing, and frolicking in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Follow @dr.lizlistens for relatable memes & psychology things!Liz has a SPECIAL OFFER for listeners of the All Things Private Practice Podcast: Gifting free & premium access to Aura, an all-in-one wellness app that features hypnosis, meditations, health coaching, journaling, mood tracking & more. Do you have a hashtag? Listeners can follow me on IG or Facebook and message me your hashtag to get their premium access code! You can find more of Liz here:

The Daily Bite
Luke 5

The Daily Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 25:20


Jesus calls His first disciples and is opposed by the Pharisees. LSB 849 - Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness · Words: Rusty Edwards © 1987 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188. All rights reserved. Used by permission. · Music is public domain · Church/Singer – Living Savior Lutheran Church, Asheville, NC - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7HJL38qaos --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rev-steve-andrews-jr/message

The Final Straw Radio
William C. Anderson on The Nation on No Map (new book)

The Final Straw Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 104:11


This week we are really pleased to feature Scott conducting an interview with author and activist William C. Anderson about his new book The Nation on No Map: Black Anarchism and Abolition which is out now from AK Press. In this interview they speak on the book and its many facets, and Black anarchism more broadly, some of the failures of euro-centric and white anarchism, and many many more topics. If you would like to see more of Anderson's work you can visit https://williamcanderson.info To see his books The Nation on No Map and As Black As Resistance, you can visit akpress.org and search his name, or visit firestorm.coop and do the same to support a queer and trans run anarchist book store in Asheville

Covenant Baptist Church Sermon Audio
Great Is Your Faithfulness | Lamentations 3:1-24

Covenant Baptist Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022


The Daily Bite
Luke 4

The Daily Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 20:52


Jesus uses God's Word to resist the devil's temptations, then casts out demons, heals the sick, and preaches the gospel. LSB 849 - Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness · Words: Rusty Edwards © 1987 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188. All rights reserved. Used by permission. · Music is public domain · Church/Singer – Living Savior Lutheran Church, Asheville, NC - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7HJL38qaos --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rev-steve-andrews-jr/message

Feminine Frequency Podcast
193. BONUS Episode: 2021 The Year of Surrender {Intuitive Flow w/ Amy Natalie}

Feminine Frequency Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 26:26


In this episode we talked about: (1:41) A reflection on 2021 (5:34) The importance of taking a break (8:00) Surrender (14:27) Traveling and the nomadic life (17:11) Reconnecting to what's true (20:33) The magic of Asheville (22:54) A coupon for you! "The theme for me this year was surrender" "When you allow yourself to surrender is not about giving up" Amy Natalie is an empowerment coach and embodiment guide for conscious women, spiritual seekers, and feminine leaders. She has inspired thousands of women around the world with her work, centered on empowering women to embody their feminine energy, to follow their soul calling, and show up as their most fully expressed selves. She supports women to overcome their limiting beliefs and fear-based patterns in life, business, and relationships so that they can rise to greater levels of love, abundance and fulfillment. After going through a divorce at age 27, overcoming clinical depression, and traveling around the world, Amy broke free from her old identity, reconnected with her feminine energy, and stepped into her feminine leadership.. Now she guides other women to live in alignment with their truth and to say YES to manifesting the life, business, and relationships of their dreams. Amy has a gift for bringing women together in Sisterhood to heal and RISE together in community. Through her group programs, masterminds, retreats, and online courses, Amy guides women to connect with their unique soul mission, to embody their feminine expression, and to confidently take inspired action to bring their visions to life. ------------------------ Let's Connect! Apply for The Empowered + Embodied Journey: http://amynatalieco.com/empoweredandembodied Get 20% off Amy's online courses: www.amynatalieco.com Coupon code: QUEEN2022!    (valid until 12/31) Download your FREE Guided Morning Ritual: https://amynatalieco.com/morningritual/ Find me on Instagram: @amynatalieco Join The Empowered Feminine FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/empoweredfemininecommunity/ Website: www.amynatalieco.com

The Final Straw Radio
Housing Struggles in Asheville

The Final Straw Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 75:58


This week on the show, you'll hear from Doug, Onion & Papi, three folks involved in the Aston Park Build, a daily event to hold space in Aston Park in downtown Asheville, creating art, sharing food and music and a wider part of organizing here to demand safer space & redistribution of wealth to care for houseless folks and relieve the incredible strains on housing affordability in Asheville. We talk about the park actions, the housing crisis and service industry wage woes, local government coddling of business owners and police repression of folks on the margins. Related links: "New Report Sounds Alarm on Affordable Housing — Again" by Barbara Durr: https://avlwatchdog.org/new-report-sounds-alarm-on-affordable-housing-again/ "Housing Activists Protest at Downtown Hotels; Demand Council Deploy Relief Funds for Unhoused Community" by Elliot Patterson and Ursula Wren: https://www.ashevillefreepress.com/housing-activists-protest-at-downtown-hotels-demand-council-use-relief-funds-for-code-purple/ "Community Art Party Leads to Multi-Day Demonstration Demanding ‘Sanctuary Camp' at Aston Park" by Ursula Wren: https://www.ashevillefreepress.com/community-art-party-leads-to-sanctuary-camping-demonstration/ Supporting Social Media Accounts: Asheville Solidarity Network On Fakebook: https://www.facebook.com/avlsol/ On Instascam: https://www.instagram.com/avl_solidaritynet/ Asheville For Justice: https://ashevilleforjustice.com/ Asheville Survival Program: https://linktr.ee/avlsurvival Announcements Sean Swain's Transfer This week's segment is Sean's statement given to the Interstate Compact Hearing he was to face before the foregone conclusion of his transfer far from his spouse & support base. If you want to write to Sean, for the moment it's a good idea to send to his Youngstown address until his support site says otherwise, but also to hold on to a copy of your letter in case he's been moved and ODRC doesn't send back your original. You can find info on how to support his legal campaign (Donations can be made via CashApp to $Swainiac1969), his books and past writings at SeanSwain.org or find updates on Swainiac1969 on instagram or SwainRocks on twitter. We got an update that the Interstate Compact Committee, during their hearing this week, recommended that Sean stay in Ohio (but they didn't quit their jobs). Feel free to reach out to the following public officials to express your concern at the moving of Sean Swain out of Ohio based on the word of a former ODRC because Sean spoke out about torture he suffered in Ohio prisons. More details in the statement at [01:04:19] in the episode... Ohio Governor Mike DeWine: email form or (614) 466-3555  ODRC Director Annette Chambers-Smith: email (annette.chambers-smith@odrc.state.oh.us) phone (614)387-0588 ODRC Interstate Compact Administrator Katrina Ransom email (katrina.ransom@odrc.state.oh.us or ohio.compact@odrc.state.oh.us) phone (614-387-0809) ODRC Interstate Compact Deputy Compact Administrator: email (suzanne.brooks@odrc.state.oh.us) phone (614-752-0829) Biologica Squat in Thessaloniki The Biologica Squat at the School of Biology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, has been open for 34 years and is now under threat of attack by the New Democracy government and their new campus police. There are calls for solidarity at Greek Embassies, businesses and other places around the world during the up til and through January 10th & 17th of January 2022. The original post can be found in Greek on Athens Indymedia or in English at EnoughIsEnough14.org . ... . .. Featured Track: Squat Eurodisney by Fleas and Lice from Global Destruction

The Daily Bite
Luke 3

The Daily Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 22:45


The work of John the Baptist and the genealogy of Jesus. LSB 849 - Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness · Words: Rusty Edwards © 1987 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188. All rights reserved. Used by permission. · Music is public domain · Church/Singer – Living Savior Lutheran Church, Asheville, NC - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7HJL38qaos --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rev-steve-andrews-jr/message

The Daily Bite
Luke 2

The Daily Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 25:57


The birth and childhood of Jesus LSB 849 - Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness · Words: Rusty Edwards © 1987 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188. All rights reserved. Used by permission. · Music is public domain · Church/Singer – Living Savior Lutheran Church, Asheville, NC - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7HJL38qaos --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rev-steve-andrews-jr/message

The Daily Bite
Luke 1

The Daily Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 23:04


The beginning of the Gospel according to Luke, learning of the angel Gabriel's announcing of the birth of John the Baptist and Jesus. LSB 849 - Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness · Words: Rusty Edwards © 1987 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188. All rights reserved. Used by permission. · Music is public domain · Church/Singer – Living Savior Lutheran Church, Asheville, NC - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7HJL38qaos --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rev-steve-andrews-jr/message

Simple Secrets w/ Chris Allen
You Can Have Everything In Life You Want, If You Will Just…

Simple Secrets w/ Chris Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 4:37


Mr. Ziglar was truly one of the greats. Even after his passing, I think this man continues to touch more lives and help more people in a day than most of us – myself included – do in a lifetime. People mentioned in this episode: Zig Ziglar Books and other resources mentioned in this episode: Leave It to Beaver Six things about Simple Secrets and its founder, Chris Allen: Simple Secrets, LLC is a profit+growth consultancy based in Asheville, North Carolina, with team members around the world. Simple Secrets collaborates with a hand-selected group of entrepreneurs, small business owners, and independent practitioners – doctors, lawyers, dentists, veterinarians, CPAs, etc. – to maximize their incomes, allowing them more well-deserved focus, freedom and fulfillment. Simple Secrets was founded in 2015 by award-winning direct response marketer, entrepreneur, and consultant Chris Allen. In the pre-Internet 90's, Chris developed and marketed millions of dollars worth of physical products on radio and TV – the old "operators are standing by" days – then used his time-tested warchest of successful marketing methods to go completely digital in 2002, when the Internet began to mature. For over a decade, Chris provided information and consulting services to a variety of Fortune 500 companies, including United Airlines, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sony, LexisNexis and The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). When he's not online, helping clients, Chris enjoys playing way too much Pickleball, and eating way too much pizza. Don't forget your FREE GIFTS! If you're an entrepreneur, own a small business, or have a private practice, click the link below for FREE GIFTS guaranteed to make you more money with less stress... SimpleSecrets.com

AnchorMoms: The Podcast
AnchorMOMS: The Podcast, Episode 109

AnchorMoms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 26:12


It's the AnchorMOMS last episode before BABY #4! Karen gears up for the new babe and maternity leave. Plus, solo bath and bedtime? Is there anything worse? An expert weighs in for those times when your kids are crazy, time is ticking and mama is wishing that it's actually HER bedtime.  And, why over being overworked and exhausted prized in our parenting culture? Some tips on what to give up in the pursuit of a happier, well-rested life.  Join us in sending Karen off to new babyland in style!MUMS The Word: Vuori Performance JoggerFind us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, rate and review!Want more mommy talk? Click here to join our AnchorMoms Facebook group!AnchorMOMS: The Podcast is a product of WLOS News 13 of Asheville, N.C.

Living the Sweat Lifestyle
9. Rebecca Luhm AKA Asheville Mother Runner - Mom of 3 -Finds herself with Running & Working out

Living the Sweat Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 69:09


My guest today is Rebecca Luhm aka Asheville Mother Runner. Rebecca is a wife, mom of 3 kids, entrepreneur, educational consultant/tutor, fitness coach, and lover of tacos and donuts. Rebecca shares her inspiring story of how she started running to lose weight after her first daughter and still never loved it all that much. It wasn't until an identity crisis becoming a stay at home mom, that she decided to start running again to help find her way through it all and how she has evolved over time with her fitness journey. What you'll hear: *When running stuck for her & how it can stick for you. *How she got and gets workouts in with kids! *How she pivoted to working out with 3 kids at home during Covid *The power of strength training - how it has improved her endurance & now can see muscle tone *She always thought she could always out train the bad diet - how she learned to eat better to feel better, run better, faster, body less creaky, when she focuses on the good nutritional foods first. *How eating certain foods will help your mental health *Athlete mode - how this outlook & shift in perspective can help you eat healthier naturally *How to get motivated to DO your workouts - *Several powerful thoughts to fuel getting workouts in and using them as a tool *Some of her favorite health & fitness resources - healthy snacks, books, and more! *Her best advice for anyone looking to get started on their health journey I hope you all enjoy! You can follow and find Rebecca on IG @ashevillemotherrunner Follow Samantha on Social Media: *Instagram - @samanthasreallife *Facebook - Samantha Nivens *YouTube - 'Ultra Health Hub with Samantha Nivens' - for health hacks, workout tips, inspiration and more! *The Sweat Life Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/thesweatlifecollective/ Get all the tangible tips & tools (from fitness, to nutrition, to habits, to mindset, etc.) to create ALL the healthy habits to gain energy, feel better, love your body, lose weight, conquer cravings, stay motivated, be inspired, and so much more. *Work with Me: I help busy men & women reach their 'impossible' health goals. If you are feeling stuck in reaching your health & fitness goals, and still not seeing results, you are in the right place. Whether that is to lose weight, have more energy, get stronger, run a 5k or run an ultramarathon, I help you get there. You can book a free consult call here: https://calendly.com/samanthanivenscoaching/coaching-consult On my website at www.samanthanivens.com on IG @samanthasreallife or just DM me and I'll get back to you!

Your Other Brothers Podcast
YC089: Home for the Holidays?

Your Other Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 68:33


What is home? Do we feel at home with our families this holiday season, or do we feel anything alien? Do we dare spend our Thanksgivings and Christmases with friends and chosen family rather than biological family certain years? Or is it okay even to spend a holiday alone, if only to avoid the stress of the season? Join Tom, Ryan, and Aaron for our final YOBcast of the year as we discuss where -- and with whom -- we spend the holidays. We hope yours are merry and bright! COMMENT ON THIS EPISODE ➡️ Where, and with whom, are you spending this Christmas and New Year's? How do you feel about this particular holiday season compared to years past? Do you already practice "Friendsgiving" or "Friendsmas," or is this something you'd consider doing in the future? PODCAST EPISODE PAGE ➡️ https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/2021/12/17/yobcast-089-home-for-the-holidays/ RATE/REVIEW US ON APPLE PODCASTS ➡️ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-other-brothers-podcast/id1142011465 FOLLOW THE CAST ➡️ Tom's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/tom/ ➡️ Ryan's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/ryan/ ➡️ Aaron's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/aaron/ GET IN TOUCH

Tea Biz
Tea News and Biz Insights - December 17, 2021

Tea Biz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 36:08


HEAR THE HEADLINES – Bulk and Specialty Tea Prices Diverge, a TEAIN22 Forecast | France to Pay €1 Million to Certify Ceylon Tea | Bids total $8 Million HDK at Sotheby's Inaugural Tea Auctions| NEWSMAKERS – Shekib Ahmed of Koliabur Tea Estate, Assam, India and Abhijeet Hazarika @TeaSigma | GUEST – Mary Cotterman, founder Mary Cotterman Pottery, Asheville, North Carolina, USA| FEATURES – This week, Tea Biz travels to Asheville, NC, to meet teaware potter and ceramist Mary Cotterman, who discusses the artisan spirit and state of mind of those embracing native clay and how COVID-19 lockdowns focused her attention like a monk.Then, to Assam, India, to hear Part 2 of the series Frugal Innovation. In this segment, Aravinda Anantharaman explores the application of Frugal Innovation in the tea garden and factories. Shekib Ahmed of Koliabur Tea Estate explains that "Objective data changes the conversation in the factory from vague concepts to thresholds and parameters. It makes operations scientific so that we can improve.”Born from Mud –In 2015 Mary moved to China to learn from the old masters how to make clay teapots in the style of Chaozhou Gongfu and to speak Mandarin. She spent two years there learning from a master in the Beijing school, becoming the first westerner to throw shou la hu teapots. She next studied at the Sanbao International Ceramics Village in Jingdezhen, the home of porcelain for 1700 years. She returned to the US in 2018 and makes her home in Asheville, North Carolina, where you will find her crafting water jars, pitchers, teacups, celadon gaiwans, and ash-glazed Japanese-style Kyusu teapots in a wood-fired kiln. - By Dan BoltonFrugal Innovation: In the Garden and Factories –Embracing Simple Technology with Scalable Impact | Frugal innovations utilize simple technology to address the most vexing challenges facing the tea industry. It's an umbrella term for innovations that do not require much capital, carry a low financial risk, and can be done safely with high reliability. For an industry that's been grappling with multiple challenges, frugal innovation is a low-risk and impactful option, spearheaded by an industry veteran with an eye for innovation. For every successful experiment, many fail, but these are essential to the process that begins with the question, “What if…?" - By Aravinda Anantharaman

The Rise Guys
INJURIES FROM THESE POPULAR TOYS: HOUR THREE: 12/15/21

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 34:17


The BHMR returns with a band from Asheville that not everybody was on board with Injuries from popular toys, scooters, skateboards, etc.. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business with Purpose
How Faith & Business Don't Have to Be Mutually Exclusive | EP 276: Michelle Myers + Somer Pheobus, She Works His Way

Business with Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 72:23


My guests this week are Michelle Myers and Somer Phoebus, the founders of She Works His Way. Their organization counteracts culture's way with a gospel-centered approach to work and womanhood. They also believe that community is greater than content and that women's priorities should be Christ, home and work, in that order. What started as a Google Hangout with four friends has now grow into a global ministry that reaches thousands of women daily. 5:55 – Somer 101 Somer lives in Annapolis and is a pastor's wife. From a young age, she enjoyed working and had an entrepreneurial spirit. She has two daughters, 19 and 21. 9:07 – Michelle 101 Michelle despises birds (☺) and lives in Asheville. She is also a pastor's daughter who married a pastor. She has three kids, the oldest is 10, and the youngest is 5. She quit her job and went to seminary. She wanted to learn more about ministry and find out what God wanted her to do with her life. 12:47 – She Works His Way It's a discipleship community for working women to encourage and equip them to stop compartmentalizing their faith. When you're in your purpose, everything, all the hard, it has purpose. 15:12 – Mixing faith with profit This can be done well or poorly. It depends on what your motives are. It's one thing to put your faith on your company website. It's another to live it out. If you make decisions based on what you think other people's perceptions of you are going to be, you're going to struggle for the rest of your life.  If you're called to put faith on your billboard, put it on there. 25:35 – Achieving balance When we try to achieve balance, we try to be everything that God has called us to be and then everything that the world expects us to be. But it's not balance, it's bondage. Women often feel like they're on a hamster wheel on a tightrope. 37:44 – Drowning in information The first place they send women is to the local church, because community is so important. We're desperate to be inspired and get motivation, and we are drowning in information. They suggest informational fasts for women to take a break from consuming so much information. 52:09 – Analysis paralysis If you feel overwhelmed, try these three simple steps: Do a weekly brain dump on a sheet of paper Categorize your brain dump by home, career, big projects Schedule it on your calendar FEATURED QUOTES If you make decisions based on what you think other people's perceptions of you are going to be, you're going to struggle for the rest of your life. – Somer If you're called to put faith on your billboard, put it on there. – Somer When you're in your purpose, everything, all the hard, it has purpose. – Somer What is your view of God, and who are you? – Somer What are you called to? What is God asking of you? And then you step in obedience to whatever that is. – Somer CONNECT: https://sheworkshisway.com/ https://sheworkshisway.com/book/ Michelle Myers had no idea what started as a Google hangout at 5am with three friends would one day result in the title of "founder" of she works His way. But here we are, six years later, with thousands of women gathered for the same reason we started: How can I glorify God, honor my family, and serve others at work? Basically, her happy place is encouraging + equipping working women to live for the glory of God and the good of others. Home will always be her favorite place to be, with her husband, James, and their three children, Noah (9), Cole (6) and Shea (3). Somer is a lead communicator +  managing partner at she works HIS way. She spent the first half of her career building the businesses of others and the second half building and selling a few businesses of her own. She is also the creator of Productivity Academy + the owner of Somer Phoebus Consulting, where she coaches other working women and female entrepreneurs in the areas of productivity, leadership, brick and mortar business, and scaling for growth -- all while keeping their priorities in line: faith, then family, then business. Somer is married to Kent, a pastor at Redemption Church in Annapolis, MD, and mom to their two lovely daughters, Kennedi (19) and Ava Liz (17). Thank you to our partner of the show:  MamaSuds helps label-reading moms create a safe and nontoxic home for their family by creating synthetic free household cleaners. And one of those cleaner is MamaSuds Fine Linen Soap- which is the best thing since Sliced Bread. Wash your high-quality sheets, linens, delicates, and organic fabrics with a Fine Linen Soap to keep them looking newer and softer longer. Use 3-4 capfuls for high-efficiency machines on delicate cycle, 4-6 capfuls for regular machines on delicate cycle. Head over to MamaSuds.com and use code MOLLY for 15% off your order!

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 141 Part 1: How Emerging Jewelry Designers Can Cut Through the Noise with Writer & Editor, Amy Elliott

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 26:06


What you'll learn in this episode: Why the most important thing a jewelry designer can invest in is high-quality photography How Amy finds the topics she writes about for JCK's “All That Glitters” blog How designers can find the story that helps them break through the crowded marketplace Who today's most exciting emerging and independent designers are How the jewelry industry changed during the pandemic, and what retailers must do to engage young consumers About Amy Elliott Amy Elliott is a writer, editor and brand storyteller who specializes in fine jewelry and fashion, and is fluent in other lifestyle categories, including food, weddings and travel. As a former staff editor at The Knot, Bridal Guide, Brides Local Magazines + Brides.com and Lucky, Amy is known for delivering high-quality editorial content across a variety of print and digital media. After recently serving as the Engagement Rings Expert for About.com, Amy joined the freelance staff of JCK as its All That Glitters columnist, while contributing articles about jewelry trends, estate and antique jewelry and gemstones to its prestigious print magazine. Amy also serves as the Fine Jewelry Expert for The Bridal Council, an industry organization composed of luxury bridal designers, retailers and media, and her byline has appeared in Gotham, Hamptons, DuJour, Martha Stewart Weddings, GoodHousekeeping.com and more. Additional Resources: Amy's Website Amy's Twitter Amy's Instagram JCK Article: Cicadas Swarm on Sienna Patti Gallery in Lenox, Mass. JCK Article: Christopher Thompson Royds' Flowers Bloom at Sienna Patti Gallery JCK Article: Look What Happens When Annoushka Gives Peridot A Go Examples of posts that reflect the intersection of jewelry with history, culture and current events: Bob Goodman Wants Jewelers To Join Him in Disrupting the Status Quo: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/bob-goodman-jewelers-disrupting/ The Ten Thousand Things x Met Museum Collaboration Is Coming In Hot: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/ten-thousand-things-x-met-museum/ Go “Sea” Some Serious Silver Treasures At Mystic Seaport Museum: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/sea-as-muse-silver-seaport-museum/ New Jewelry From Rafka Koblence, Olympic Wrestler Turned Designer: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/new-jewelry-from-rafka-koblence/ Transcript: As author of the “All That Glitters” blog for JCK, Amy Elliott has a front row seat to the jewelry industry's up-and-coming trends and designers. She's also been lucky enough to work with some of these designers, helping them refine their brands and create stories that resonate with customers. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about what designers and retailers should do to stay relevant with younger consumers, how art jewelry has influenced high jewelry, and what jewelry trends to watch out for in the coming months. Read the episode transcript here.  Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. Today, our guest is Amy Elliott, founder of Amy Elliott Creative. She is a writer, editor and thought leader who specializes in fine jewelry and fashion which makes most of us envious. That's a great profession. She is a contributing editor to the industry publication we all know, JCK, and writes the blog “All That Glitters.” We will hear all about her jewelry journey today. Amy, welcome to the program Amy: Thank you very much for having me, Sharon. It's a pleasure to be here. Sharon: So glad to have you. I'm always envious of people who are writing about jewelry or makers and designers. That's fabulous. I have no talent in that area, so when I hear about people writing, I think, “Wow, it's great.” Tell us all about your jewelry journey. Amy: My jewelry journey is a mix of personal and professional. I'm an avid collector of jewelry. My mother is a big collector of jewelry, so from age 12 on, jewelry was always a part of my life and something that I gravitated to. As a professional, jewelry has been central to my career as a journalist and a writer since the very beginning, starting at The Knot in 1999. Sharon: The Knot being the bridal publication. Amy: Yes. At that time, it was just a website. I was there when they moved into magazines. I helped coordinate the gowns and accessories for fashion shoots and got a taste of engagement rings and diamonds, the 4Cs. That was my first introduction to jewelry on a professional level. Then I took a job at Bridal Guide Magazine, which is a leading print publication still around, privately owned. I was a senior editor there. I had many duties, but one of them was to produce a jewelry column, and that is when my education in jewelry really began. I began forming connections within the industry to educate myself on the 4Cs, pearl buying, colored gemstones. I've always been drawn to color, so that's when I became a student, if you will, of gems and jewelry and how jewelry fits into conversations about fashion trends and cultural and social current events. That was when I really got into jewelry as a métier. I was one of the founding editors of Brides local magazines, which was a Condé Nast publication of regional wedding magazines that no longer exists. Because we were short on staff, I would call in all the jewelry for our cover shoots. Even though I had a leadership role there—I was the executive editor—I also made it part of my job to call in jewels for art cover shoots. I kept that connection, and then on the side I would freelance for luxury publications. It became the thing that I liked to do the best. I loved the people in the industry. I would always learn something. No matter what I was doing or writing about, I would learn something new, and that's still true to this day. There's always something for me to learn. I discovered that jewelry is the perfect combination of earth science, history, culture, and straight-up beauty and aesthetics. It's a very gratifying topic to cover. I love the way it intersects with current events and with, as I mentioned, the fashion conversations at large. Sharon: When you went to Vassar, did you study writing? They're not known for their metalsmithing program, so did you study writing with the idea “I just want to write”? Amy: Pretty much. I was always pretty good at writing and facility with language, so I went there knowing I'd be an English major. For my thesis I wrote a creative writing thesis; it was like a little novella. I've always had a love affair with words and expression of thoughts, and I loved reading, so I knew I would do something that had to do with words and writing. I actually graduated thinking I would be a romance novelist. That was what I thought I would do. Then, of course, I started out in book publishing, and I found it really, really slow and boring, just painfully slow, and I decided perhaps that wasn't for me. Then I took a job in public relations. I really loved the marketing aspect of it and the creativity involved. Of course, it involved a lot of writing.  Eventually I decided I wanted to be on the editorial side of things once and for all. I had always written for the high school newspaper. I had done an internship at Metropolitan Home Magazine in the design department in college, so magazines were always lurking there and were always the main goal. I ended up there; it just took a couple of years for me to get there. Once I did, I knew I wanted to work for a women's magazine. I love things that would fall under the heading of a women's magazine, relationships, fashion. The wedding magazines I worked at were a great fit for me because it's pure romance and fantasy and big, beautiful ball gowns and fancy parties. It was a good fit for me, and I was able to take that and home in on jewelry as a particular focus elsewhere in my career after those first years.  I will say Vassar is known for its art history program. I was not a star art history pupil by any means, but I took many classes there. I find myself leaning on those skills the most as a jewelry writer, looking closely at an object, peeling back the layers and trying to understand what the artist or jeweler is trying to say through jewelry, much like you would with a painting from the Renaissance. So, I am grateful for that tutelage because I found myself drawing on it often, even though I was definitely a B- student in art history. Sharon: It seems to me if you're not going to be a maker, if you're not going to be a metalsmith or a goldsmith or if you're not going to be selling behind the counter, it seems like art history is a fabulous foundation for jewelry in terms of the skills you draw on. Amy: Absolutely. Historical narratives and every historical event that's going on in the world can be—you can look at jewelry from the past and tie it into something that was going on, whether it was the discovery of platinum or the discovery of diamonds in South Africa. It all intersects so beautifully. Vassar taught me to think critically; it taught me how to express myself, to develop a style of writing that I think is still present in my writing today. I always try to get a little lyricism in there. A good liberal arts foundation took me into the world of magazines and eventually digital publishing. I stayed with Condé Nast for a long time. Then I went to Lucky Magazine and was on staff there for a little over a year and a half. I was exposed to fine jewelry on a more fashion level, like the kind cool girls would wear, gold and diamond jewelry that wasn't big jewels by Oscar Heyman. It was a different category, but still within that universe. That was a great education, to look at fine jewelry in a fashion context. They had layoffs in 2012 and I was forced to strike out on my own, but I've been freelance ever since, doing a mix of copywriting for fashion brands and writing for various publications. I've been writing for JCK since 2016. Sharon: Wow! Amy, we want to hear more about that, but just a couple of things. First, thank you to our subscribers. I want to thank everybody who's gotten in contact with me with their suggestions. I love to get them, so please email me at Sharon@ArtsandJewelry.com or DM me @ArtsandJewelry. Also a big shoutout to Kimberly Klosterman, whose jewelry is featured in the exhibit “Simply Brilliant: Jewelry of the 60s and 70s” at the Cincinnati Art Museum. It's on now through February 6. You can listen to our interview with Kimberly on podcast number 133. Now, back to our interview with Amy. Amy, what I like about what you said—you expressed it very well—is the intersection of jewelry with current events and history. I know I always have difficulty explaining to people why I'm interested in jewelry or jewelry history. They think, “Oh, you like big diamonds,” and it's hard to explain how it tells you so much about the period. Amy: Yes, I think acknowledging how global our industry is and learning about different cultures has been so critical to becoming fluent in this world and the gemstones that come from Afghanistan or Ethiopia or Mozambique. Just learning about the sapphires from Sri Lanka—it's so global and all-encompassing. I read the Cartier book, and their story is so fascinating. I am interested particularly in World War II and how that impacted the jewelry industry, how Susan Beltran saved the business of her lover, how the events of World War II Germany impacted Paris and the jewelers there, how the Cartiers would do the birds in the cage and all that stuff. I think you can look at historic jewels and see reflected back at you current events and moments in our history. Sharon: Definitely. I imagine when you look at something, it's not just seeing the jewel, but you're seeing the whole background behind it, how it sits within that context, that nest of history with World War II and platinum. It's an eye into the world. Amy: Even someone like Judith Leiber, who fled Hungary during wartime and became this amazing designer of handbags in New York. So many of the jewelers that are leaders and pillars of our industry came here because of the pogroms in Russia and Eastern Europe. It really does intersect with what was happening in the world. The jewelry industry is a microcosm of all those events, even going to back to the Silk Road and Mesopotamia and the Armenians and the Ottoman Empire. It is a rich tapestry of moments. Historic jewels in particular can give you insight, not just into an artist's vision, but into a moment of time. Sharon: I didn't know that about Judith Leiber; that's interesting. You left Lucky Magazine and opened your own shop. You do a lot of writing and editing. How do the graphics also play into it? Do you art direct? If clients come to you and say, “I need a brochure,” I assume you're doing all the copy and editing, but do they bring you the photos? How does that work? Amy: My background in magazines definitely has given me a pretty robust skillset in terms of working with graphic designers and art directors, conveying ideas and working with them to solve problems. You do emerge with a sense of the visuals, and a taste level is part of it when you're covering fashion and jewelry and things related to style. So yes, I think as a copywriter, one of the things I bring to the table is that I will be able to advise you on the quality of your photos and your look book on the crops, on the model even. Also there's the hierarchy of information; that's definitely a form of direction. It's not very glamorous, but I'm good at understanding how things should be stacked and arranged on a page in terms of hierarchy of messaging. I do have a lot of opinions, I guess, about what looks good and what doesn't. If that feedback is welcome, I'm always happy to share it. Sometimes a client will send me an email for review, and I know they just want to get it out, but I'm like, “No, this is spelled wrong, and the headline should be this, and this needs to go there,” and I'll mock it up on the screen as to where things should go. The best editors and writers, especially when you're dealing with jewelry and fashion and beautiful objects, you have to have a strong sense of the visual. Sharon: I know sometimes clients push back, but I assume they come to you because they want your opinion or they'd do it themselves, right? Amy: Yes. My favorite clients to work with are emerging designers who are just getting out there. They have so many ideas, so many stories to tell, and I help them refine their vision, refine their voice. For many of them, it's the first time they're coming to market, and I can help them present themselves in a professional way that will be compelling to buyers and to media. Sharon: What type of issues are potential clients coming to you for? Is there an overarching—problem might not be the right word—but something you see, a common thread through what they're asking? Amy: There are a number of things. One could be a complicated concept that needs to be explained, something technical like the meteorite that's used in a wedding ring. “We have all this raw material from our supplier. How do we make that customer-facing? How do we make that dense language more lively and easier to digest?” Sometimes it's collection naming. “Here's my collection. Here are the pieces. Can you give them a name? Can you help name this product?” Sometimes it's, “We want to craft a story around this,” and I'm able to come at it with, “I know what the story is here. We've got to shape you to be able to present that story to the world, whether it's a buyer or an editor.”  Usually there is some sort of a concept that is involved; it just hasn't been refined and it's not adjustable. They're so focused on the work and the design vocabulary, they need someone to come in and look at it holistically and figure out how they're going to package this as an overarching idea. Sometimes it's as simple as, “I need to write a letter. These are the things I want to get across to buyers or new accounts or an invitation to an event.” I can take these objectives, these imperatives, and spin them into something compelling and customer-facing and fun to read. It's a mix of imaginative work and down-and-dirty, let me take this corporate document and finesse it and make it more lively and more like something a consumer would want to read on a website. Sharon: They must be so appreciative. Their work may be beautiful, but they have to condense it to say what they are trying to express and get that across to somebody who may not know the language, so somebody wants to pick it up and say, “Oh, that's really interesting.” Amy: Storytelling is a big buzzword right now in the industry, but it's so important. The marketplace is so crowded, and it's not enough to be like, “I have a new collection of stacking rings,” or “I've expanded these rings to include a sapphire version.” You have to come up with some sort of a story to draw in an audience, and then you can use that story on all of your touchpoints, from social media to your email blasts to a landing page on your website. There are a host of jewelry professionals out there that can advise in different ways, to help you get into stores, to help you with specific branding, refining your collection from a merchandising standpoint. There are so many professionals out there that specialize in that, but I think what I bring to the table is knowledge of the industry and a facility with language. It's almost like I'm a mouthpiece for the designer or the corporate brand and a conduit to the consumers' headspace. Sharon: It sounds like a real talent in the areas where there are gaps in what a designer and retailer/manufacturer needs. Telling the story may be a buzzword, but it's words, and you have to use the right words. Tell us about the JCK. You write the blog “All That Glitters,” which is very glittery. It's very attractive. Tell us about it. Amy: Thanks. I was JCK's center for style-related content. Obviously, there's no shortage of breaking news and hard business news, because JCK's first and foremost a serious business publication. Sharon: With the jewelry industry. Amy: With the jewelry industry. I've evolved the blog to be—my favorite things to cover are new collections. I like to interview designers about inspirations. I like to show a broad range of photos from the collection. A lot of it is just showing collections that I love. Maybe I've seen them at Fashion Week; maybe I saw them at the JCK shows or at appointments in the city; maybe I saw something on Instagram. I love to cover design collaborations. Those are one of my favorites things to cover: how two minds can come together to create a new product, like when Suzanne Kalan partnered with Jonathan Adler to do a line of trinket trays. I am interested in cultural events. I like to cover museum exhibits. I covered the Beautiful Creatures exhibit at the Natural History Museum. Because I live in Connecticut, I was able to make it up to Mystic Seaport. They have a beautiful collection of silver trophies by all the best makers, from Tiffany to Shreve, Crump & Low and Gorham. I was able to go up there and see that collection.  It's a blog about culture. It's a blog about things I love. I've written about TV shows that have to do with jewelry. I like the title “All That Glitters” because it gives me a lot of leeway in terms of what I can cover. I've written about writing instruments. Fabergé did a collaboration with whiskey brands and I wrote about that. I try to leave it open, but if there's a strong, new, exciting collection, especially from a high jewelry brand—I'm going to be writing something on one from David Webb coming up. They just released a new collection called Asheville, inspired by his hometown. I like to do a deep dive into a designer story or to show a new collection. My colleague, Brittany Siminitz, does beautiful curations. Sometimes I'll do curations, meaning a roundup of beautiful products that correspond to an overarching theme. I love to do those, but I am happiest when designers come to me with a new collection and something that people haven't seen before. I particularly love discovering new voices and emerging designers that haven't been featured in the press before, so I can be that first introduction.

AnchorMoms: The Podcast
AnchorMOMS: The Podcast, Episode 108

AnchorMoms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 40:13


We have a real-life AnchorDAD in the house! If you've been wondering where the dudes are... this episode is for you. Katie and Karen's former colleague Evan Donovan joins the ladies to talk about all things parenting. Evan is now an anchor and reporter in Florida and has two young sons.  Why do kids almost always take Dad's last name? And where did the tradition come from? Evan weighs in with a surprising viewpoint.  And how to avoid raising a spoiled brat. Some tips parents will appreciate and take to heart.MUMs the Word: Lumify Drops!Find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, rate and review!Want more mommy talk? Click here to join our AnchorMoms Facebook group!AnchorMOMS: The Podcast is a product of WLOS News 13 of Asheville, N.C.

Female Physician Entrepreneurs Podcast
#64 StressFreeMD With Dr Robyn Tiger

Female Physician Entrepreneurs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 22:22


Robyn Tiger, MD is on a mission to empower physicians with self-care tools backed by science and research. With physician burnout on the rise, Robyn knows first hand what it's like to love your job while also coping with stress, anxiety, overwhelm, imbalance and even illness. She uniquely combines her 15 years in diagnostic radiology with a certification in yoga therapy, meditation and life coaching in her innovative CME accredited courses, private coaching, and podcast that focus on complete physical, mental, and emotional well-being and resilience. She is deeply passionate about helping her colleagues relieve stress, elevate calm and live their best lives! When she's not busy supporting her colleagues, Robyn can be found enjoying her own self-care through hiking, paddle boarding, meditating, yoga, playing with her dog, husband and kids in the mountains of Asheville, NC. https://stressfreemd.net

Podular Modcast
Episode 182: Voltage Flow Residency

Podular Modcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 75:48


Voltage Flow (https://www.voltageflowresidency.com/) is an artist residency located in Asheville, North Carolina. Their purpose is to expand accessibility and creative expression within the field of modular synthesis. High Guide Podcast (https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-high-guide/psyched-audio-journey-2-P7SCM6F_bcq/) PATREON: (https://www.patreon.com/podularmodcast) Tim's YouTube: (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm-B7BiIOLQBPnW5JvG274w?view_as=subscriber) Discord Server: (https://discord.gg/T7haBAK) SPONSORS New Systems Instruments: https://nsinstruments.com/modules/inertia.html Secret Aardvark Sauce: https://secretaardvark.com/shop/sauce/fabulous-foursome/ After Later Audio:http://afterlateraudio.com/ Needham Woodworks: https://needhamwoodworks.com/ Patchwerks: https://patchwerks.com/ Schlappi Engineering: https://schlappiengineering.com/

Snapshots
Girls Just Want to Have Fun - OOPS!

Snapshots

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 46:19


We begin today by examining the situation surrounding the female Prime Minister of Finland and her trip to the Disco - might not have been a good idea! From there we take a look at how poorly migrants are treated in Belarus and the dispute in South Africa over the location of Amazon's African HQ. We get the forecast from the World Petroleum Congress, and we discuss a death of an industry pioneer in electronics. We take a trip on the Laos-China Railway and also find out how China hacks most all governments in Southern Asia. Germans are the newest immigrants in Paraguay, and we also head to Asheville, NC for a peek at the National Gingerbread House Competition. We wrap things up over in Saudi Arabia where camels are being Disqualified from the Beautiful Camel Contest! And come back tomorrow for more stories from North to South, from East to West. Stories from all over the globe. __ Subscribe, share, and rate Views on the News if you enjoyed today's episode! About Views on the News: Shining a spotlight on underreported or unreported news from the US, China, Russia, the EU, Australia, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Want to know what's going on in the world that the media isn't telling you? Then Views on the News is your podcast. Get all the knowledge of current events, top news, and even my opinions on these matters every week.

Courting in Color
54. Birkenstocks and Box Braids

Courting in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 66:00


On this week's episode, Chatrice and Luis are back to talk interracial dating. Did you miss them these last 2 weeks, Courting Cuties? Before the main topic, our hosts catch up. Since last time, Luis discovered the true cost of Thanksgiving ham; created a TikTok for their cats; and, went to a high school's friend wedding; meanwhile, Chatrice is watching holiday baking television shows; went to Asheville with bae; and, busy time with school has concluded. For the main topic, our hosts have a part 1 discussion on interracial dating. They discuss hiding aspects of yourself when interracial dating, how to find the space for your racial and ethnic self within an interracial relationship, and how white people cannot pretend race does not exist when they date people of color.Time Stamps:0:19 - Hello and Welcome Back0:50 - Hosts Check In16:10 - What holidays are we celebrating this season? (12/12) National Gingerbread House Day; (12/12) National Ding-a-ling Day21:26 - Courting Cutie Shoutout: Carly's wedding (a top 3 wedding!); Rachel is engaged (season 4 guest, epsiode 39); Natalie is also engaged; congrats to Carla for being newly boo'd up (new term learned: kittenfishing) 32:52 - Main Topic: Interracial Dating 33:22 - New York Times article on Interracial Dating: “Do You Hide Your True Self While Dating?” by Brianna Holt35:00 - Responding to Remy Barnwell's story in article 38:38 - Hiding aspects of self while interracial dating (music, clothing, shoes); putting a lot of thought of how you show up and how you present yourself 39:25 - Being aware of self in professional settings (at work) vs. personal settings (like dating)42:20 - Being Black doesn't mean you fit into one box; you can be Black and it can mean anything47:21 - “If you are a white person dating a person of color, your world cannot be colorblind” - Luis50:14 - Being pro-black does not mean you are anti-white51:55 - How would Luis describe the experience of interracial dating?53:48 - Finding the space for racial/ethnic self within an interracial dating1:00:35 - Do you invite your white partner to BIPOC gatherings?1:02:02 - Chatrice has met bae's siblingsArticle: “Do You Hide Your True Self While Dating?” by Brianna Holt - https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/11/style/interracial-dating.html Website: courtingincolor.com / Email: CourtNColor@gmail.com / Instagram: @CourtNColorDon't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

Your Other Brothers Podcast
CC038: Tom & Kevin Live a Life Worth Living!

Your Other Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 28:54


Kevin returns to talk about some of his latest reads! Including one of Tom's favorite books, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller, which inspires you to live a life worth reading about. Tom and Kevin also talk about the magic of camp once again, early morning prayer gatherings at this year's YOBBERS retreat, and a shared love for hoodies – sleeveless or otherwise. LINKS FROM THE SHOW ➡️ Spiritual Rhythm by Mark Buchanan: https://www.amazon.com/Spiritual-Rhythm-Being-Jesus-Season/dp/0310293650 ➡️ A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller: https://www.amazon.com/Million-Miles-Thousand-Years-Learned/dp/1400202981 ➡️ Native by Kaitlin Curtice: https://www.amazon.com/Native-Kaitlin-B-Curtice/dp/158743489X ➡️ Kevin's latest blog, "Great is Thy Faithfulness. Even When I Don't Understand": https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/2021/10/20/great-is-thy-faithfulness-even-when-i-dont-understand/ RATE/REVIEW US ON APPLE PODCASTS ➡️ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-other-brothers-podcast/id1142011465 FOLLOW THE CAST ➡️ Tom's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/tom/ ➡️ Kevin's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/kevinz/ GET IN TOUCH

WNC Original Music
Ep 138 Aunt Vicki

WNC Original Music

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 44:54


Erin and Lee from Aunt Vicki join the podcast this week to talk about their musical and geographical journey.   Click here for easy streaming or download -   https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/mwxxn2/Ep_138_Aunt_Vicki7cc1k.mp3 Click to listen on Pandora      Apple/iTunes      Stitcher     Google Podcasts   Spotify       Find Aunt Vicki at these places- www.auntvicki.rocks www.facebook.com/auntvickiband https://www.instagram.com/_aunt_vicki/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/3s44RLbzkaM1qjOccFoTvf   Thanks to Pressley Pardue for the closing song https://instagram.com/pressleypardue https://twitter.com/pressley_pardue https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPd2jXqx1/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/4rdLUXo5AdgfoXB64FO0Rr?si=yF1nOsPrSfygPYXhK2tQKA https://music.apple.com/us/album/tiny-things-single/1592930165   Subscribe to the podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wnc-original-music/id1378776313 https://www.iheart.com/podcast/wnc-original-music-31067964/ This link has all the other places to subscribe https://gopod.me/wncom   Follow on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/wncoriginalmusic https://www.wncoriginalmusic.com https://www.instagram.com/wnc_original_music/   All music used by permission   Aunt Vicki is a guitar-driven ethereal folk duo with elements of retro rock, old country, and grunge. They create a full sound, weaving guitar parts with strong male/female harmonies and writing songs of both a playful and serious nature. The occasional use of a trumpet brings an element of jazz to the arrangements, and the difference in the two songwriters adds depth and variety to their sound.   The duo met at Northern Michigan University where Erin was studying art and sculpture while Lee studied music theory and performance. almost a decade later they formed Aunt Vicki and have performed at Bliss Fest in northern Michigan, 3 Muses in New Orleans, Old Miami in Detroit, Several clubs in Manhattan/Brooklyn, Portland Maine, and many other places along the way.      Pressley Pardue is a 21 year old singer-songwriter who writes music that she can only describe as "gloomy indie folk-pop". Originally from Swannanoa, she began writing songs when she was 11 years old and started dragging her family with her to open mics throughout Asheville. At 14, she moved to Centreville, Virginia where she still currently resides; writing and recording songs from her bedroom. Her subjects range from introspection and heartbreak, all the way to protest music. With her songs, she tries to bring attention to the things we try to hide from; encouraging you to look further into yourself as well as the world around you. Pulling inspiration from Taylor Swift and Phil Ochs, she marries pop melodies with indie-folk lyrics and instrumentation. As of November 2021, she has released one EP, five singles, and one protest album.   

Don’t You Dare Talk to Me
Talking with Juan Carlos (ft. Juan Carlos)

Don’t You Dare Talk to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 59:14


Andrew talks with Asheville based glassblower Juan Carlos (IG @hollowglass) about his story of coming from Columbia. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

AnchorMoms: The Podcast
AnchorMOMS: The Podcast, Episode 107

AnchorMoms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 28:58


A new study says being the youngest in the class could have long-lasting impacts on your student's mental health and academic performance. The surprising information and what to consider if your child has a later birthday. Plus, the AnchorMOMS tackle a serious subject: how to make sure you set your kids up for success after you are gone. From a will to photo albums, things to consider right now…even though you hope it will be years before any of it matters. And what baby names will be popular in 2050? Your grandkid could be named Wilbur (and maybe Karen's future kid??). Karen and Katie weigh in on the monikers as Karen continues to weigh her options.Find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, rate and review!Want more mommy talk? Click here to join our AnchorMoms Facebook group!AnchorMOMS: The Podcast is a product of WLOS News 13 of Asheville, N.C.

The Pete Kaliner Show
Pete Kaliner: How Did My Political Views Fit In Asheville? Not Well...

The Pete Kaliner Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 29:33


In the third hour of the show, Pete gets asked by a listener how he survived working in Asheville, NC given his political views. House Speaker Tim Moore surprises Pete with his weekly call-in after originally thinking we were going to miss his weekly call-in.  Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/petekalinershow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Asheville Real Estate News Podcast
1. NEW SHOW: WHO IS ASHEVILLE?

Asheville Real Estate News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 12:21


WHO IS ASHEVILLE? The post 1. NEW SHOW: WHO IS ASHEVILLE? appeared first on Asheville Real Estate News.

French Expat Le Podcast
Cécile D. (Asheville, NC USA) : la vie américaine avant les papiers

French Expat Le Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 56:31


Vous connaissez mon faible pour les histoires d'amour, invraisemblables qui se terminent toujours bien. Et dans cet épisode, je me suis régalée. Aujourd'hui on prend la direction de la Caroline du Nord au coeur des Appalaches et on va discuter avec Cécile. Cécile est venue dans la région pour fêter ses 21 ans il y a … 17 ans. Et elle n'en est jamais repartie.Ensemble on discute donc de son Amérique, de sa relation avec ce pays qui l'a accompagnée depuis toute petite. On discute aussi de ce que c'est d'élever des enfants entre deux cultures, et on discute pas mal du monde du travail américain et des faux-pas à éviter. Pour ne rien gâcher, Cécile a un joli accent chantant du Sud de la France et connait parfaitement l'histoire de sa région d'adoption : je vous préviens, il est fort possible que vous vouliez vous y rendre dans 55 minutes. Avant de lancer l'episode, je vous rappelle que je vous retrouve a la fin pour découvrir en avant premiere la prochaine destination. Allez ceinture, next stop Asheville, NC !Si vous avez aimé l'épisode, rendez-vous sur Apple Podcast, Tumult ou Castbox pour lui donner 5 étoiles et un commentaire. Retrouvez tous les épisodes, découvrez l'équipe et la mission du podcast, ainsi que tous les liens pour nous retrouver sur toutes les plateformes sur le site www.frenchexpatpodcast.com/Suivez les coulisses de French Expat Le Podcast sur les réseaux sociaux :

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
Journal Review in Surgical Palliative Care: Palliative Care in the Surgical ICU

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 32:38


Welcome to the first Surgical Palliative Care Journal Club, the second of a six-part series focused on the integration of palliative care into the practice of surgery.  Join us as we discuss the first study of how to best integrate palliative medicine principles into the care of trauma ICU patients.  We then tackle the question:  Why are surgeons often unwilling to discontinue life-sustaining treatments in the post-operative period?   We discuss a 2013 study about “surgical buy-in” and review alternatives to making “informal contracts” with patients before surgery.   References: Mosenthal AC, Murphy PA, Barker LK, et al. Changing the culture around end-of-life care in the trauma intensive care unit. J Trauma. 2008;64(6):1587-1593. doi:10.1097/TA.0b013e318174f112. Schwarze ML, Redmann AJ, Alexander GC, Brasel KJ. Surgeons expect patients to buy-in to post-operative life support preoperatively: results of a national survey. Crit Care Med. 2013;41(1):1-8. doi: 10.1097/CCM.0b013e31826a4650. Dr. Red Hoffman (@redmdnd) is an acute care surgeon and associate hospice medical director in Asheville, North Carolina, host of the Surgical Palliative Care Podcast (@surgpallcare) and co-founder of the recently launched Surgical Palliative Care Society (www.spcsociety.org).  Dr. Zara Cooper (@zaracMD) is an acute care surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital where she serves as Kessler Director for the Center of Surgery and Public Health (@csph_bwh).  She is Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, associate faculty at Adriane Labs, and adjunct faculty at the Marcus Institute for Aging Research.  Dr. Amanda Stastny (@manda_plez) is a PGY-2 in the General Surgery program at Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) in Asheville, NC. Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.  

51 Strokes
Thanksgiving In Carolina

51 Strokes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 44:39


Caleb is back home in Asheville, NC for the holidays to talk everything including his plans for Thanksgiving to his upcoming golf challenge in December. Also, you'll hear how his birthday rounds of golf at Pinehurst went. Is he on track for the 79 at the Arizona Bowl? Find out on the show. 51 Strokes is presented by Five Iron Golf.

Food Heals
BONUS: Creating Health and Wealth: Lessons Learned From My Crazy Sexy Entrepreneurial Journey PART 1

Food Heals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:37


This year I blew up my life, left The City of Angels where I had lived for 15 years, sold or gave away all my possessions except what I could fit in my car and my beagle Lily and I HIT THE ROAD. I spent months in Florida, North Carolina, and now Tennesee. Travelled to Tulum multiple times. Spoke at conferences in New Orleans, Nashville and Costa Rica. Stayed at Air Bnbs and hotels in great cities like Palm Springs, Austin, Dallas, Savannah, and Asheville. 3 Quick Lessons Learned on the Road: 1. Love yourself enough to take your health, wealth, & ultimate destiny into your own hands. Never leave it up to others to determine your worth, your value, or your ability to accomplish your desires. 2. With a laptop, ring light, portable mic, and WiFi you can work remotely from anywhere in the world. You can create impact, influence, and income for yourself, your clients, and the people who you aim to help and serve. 3. If you stand in your power and move forward in confidence, the universe will conspire to meet you to support you. The #DigitalNomad#EntrepreneurLife has been crazy, sexy, challenging, and rewarding. On the latest episode of The #FoodHealsPodcast, I share how I have navigated this journey, lost everything (more than once