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SharkPreneur
802: Building Relationships & Brand Through Events & Marketing with Brandon T. Adams

SharkPreneur

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:35


802: Building Relationships & Brand Through Events & Marketing Brandon T. Adams, Accelerant Media Group – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Kevin Harrington and Seth Greene Episode 802 Brandon T. Adams Brandon T. Adams is a 2X Emmy® Award-Winning Producer, TV Host, Media Expert, Investor and Advisor. He is the founder of Accelerant Media Group which produces Commercials, Social Media Content, and TV Shows that Inspire and Motivate others. Brandon is best known for his work as the host and Executive Producer of the Emmy Award Winning Show, “Success in Your City” which is a show on a mission to redefine the meaning of success. Success in Your City released on Amazon Prime in 2019 and is releasing on bspoke tv and Direct TV in the spring of 2022. The show also is accompanied by the #1 best-selling book “The Road to Success: How to Achieve Success in Business, Life, and Love” which was written by Brandon and his wife Samantha Rossin. He is the Associate Producer of the film, Think and Grow Rich The Legacy and the youngest person to be featured in the film. This film is based on the best-selling book “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill which sold over 130 million copies worldwide. Over the past 8 years Brandon has used his background and expertise in digital marketing, video marketing, and crowdfunding to raise over $60 Million collaboratively for various companies and have launched some of the biggest campaigns in history working with companies such as XPRIZE, The Napoleon Hill Foundation, Kevin Harrington Enterprises, Think and Grow Rich The Legacy, Ambitious Adventures TV Show, and Jeff Hoffman, the Serial Entrepreneur behind Priceline.com. Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Brandon T. Adams about using events and marketing to grow your brand and build relationships.  Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How hosting events is a great way for you to meet important people in your industry. - Why building relationships with power players helps you cement your brand.  - How having a mentor is a great way for you to make connections. - Why video is a fantastic tool to use to help build your brand. - How videos communicate a story that allows you to emotionally connect with clients. Connect with Brandon: Guest Contact Info Twitter @BrandonTAdams Instagram @brandontadams Facebook facebook.com/BrandonTAdams LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/brandontadams1   Links Mentioned: brandontadams.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode# 212: Shamrock Marathon Weekend Chix on the Beach &  Smartmouth Brewing Company with Will Run For Podcast Crew

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 67:46


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too!  For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN Shamrock Marathon Weekend in Virginia Beach was a great race.  We were lucky enough to meet up with fellow podcasters, have dinner with a great member of the Runcation Nation we met through the Extra Mile Podcast group on Facebook, and run a PR in the 8K since our last attempt at Gasparilla Distance Classic.  At the expo, we had a surprise, Bart Yasso!!  He announced our race as well.  He is famous for his work at Runner's World and the Yasso 800s.  You may have heard him on our show on Episodes 154, 155, 156, and 187 when we returned to the Anchorage RunFest and got to sit down with him in person.   EAT Chix on the Beach was right next door to our hotel.  It had a fantastic beach view from its patio, tasty seafood, and excellent service!  We had the She Crab Soup, Crab Dip, and a Steamer of shrimp, sausage, corn, and potatoes.  We finished the meal with Key Lime Pie.  Shout out to Samantha, our server, who was patient on a night when the restaurant was at capacity, thorough, kind, and had excellent recommendations from the menu throughout the entire meal.  If you get a chance to run this race weekend, stay on the beach and try this place out.  We strongly encourage you to call and make a reservation because this is one happening spot!   DRINK Smartmouth Brewing Company was a great time with the Will Run For Podcast crew.  They have a theme that captured our hearts.  While we only had their nonalcoholic offering, Jimmy's Grandpappy's Sparkling Lemonade, our fellow podcast hosts tried some tasty offerings from Smartmouth like Relinquish My Waffle Brown Ale and Safety Dance German Pilsner.  We can't wait to return to this Virginia Beach location and try both during next year's race weekend. The crew said they were mighty tasty!   THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support!  Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Career Paths With Teal
A Former WeWork and Goldman Sachs Exec on Mentorship, Portfolio Careers, and the Future of Work

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 48:05


Entrepreneur, investor, and advisor Sam Lee has embraced a portfolio approach to both his career and his life, pursuing experiences that allow him to grow and contribute, whether at Fortune 500 companies like Goldman Sachs, turnaround success companies like AOL, or hypergrowth startup companies like WeWork.In this episode, Sam—now the Founder & CEO of IndeCollective, which focuses on the future of work and empowering independent workers to supercharge their careers—opens up about his early career pivot from international development to public policy, his formula for networking, what to look for in a mentor, and how his coming out journey at the age of 16 not only informed his work but also led him to discover one of his superpowers: helping others find their voice.Connect with Sam:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-phillips-lee/Learn More About IndeCollective: Website: https://indecollective.coInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/indecollectiveLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indecollective/This show is presented by Teal, and hosted by Teal's Founder & CEO David Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.comThis podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk
CONSENSUS 2022: The Festival for the Decentralized World

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 6:23


Enjoy a quick preview of Consensus 2022, as CoinDeskers share what they're looking forward to this June 9-12 in Austin, Texas! Featured (in order of appearance):Michael Casey, Chief Content OfficerChristine Lee, CDTV Anchor/ProducerSam Ewan, SVP, Head of CoinDesk StudiosZack Seward, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Global NewsPete Pachal, Chief of Staff, ContentGarrett Skrovina, Senior Manager of Audience PartnershipsNikhilesh De, Managing Editor, Global Policy & RegulationDionne Vaz, Marketing DirectorLink Green, Operations Manager, DESKRob Mitchell, Deputy Producer, PodcastsAdrian Blust, Associate Producer, PodcastsJared Schwartz, Executive Producer, PodcastsIf you're looking to immerse yourself in the fast-moving world of crypto, Web 3 and NFTs, Consensus 2022, is the festival experience for you. Use code C22POD to get 15% off your pass at www.coindesk.com/consensus2022.Sign up to be the Next CoinDesk Podcast Star at www.coindesk.com/consensus2022/experiences/podcast-competition.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED EPISODE 211 Black Knight DONNA Mother's Day 5K, Vale Food Co, and Wildcrafters Booze-Free Bar

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 85:11


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Happy Mother's Day to all!   Congratulations to Jessica and Kelly on their Cocoa Beach 10-Miler.   Susie and JoJo were at it again as they traveled to the Indy Mini Marathon, where they got to “kiss the bricks” and hear half of Team Noisy, Rudy, announce their race.   Dean and Judy were with us as we all completed the Black Knight DONNA Mother's Day 5K with the other half of Team Noisy on the mic, Fitz Koehler!   For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN This week, we recap our experience at the Black Knight DONNA Mother's Day 5K from expo to after-party celebration!  We talk about the brand-new DONNA 5K route through Jacksonville's beautiful Riverside neighborhood, starting and ending at the historic Friday Musicale.   In addition to a beautiful race day, we heard one of our favorite race announcers on the mic, Fitz Koehler, one half of Team Noisy!  We got our hands on the medal and shirt design we talked about in Episode 207 with Amanda Napolitano a few weeks ago, too. It was such a great race, where we met so many that The DONNA Foundation has helped and supported.  We would do it again and recommend it highly!    Find out more about what The DONNA Foundation does at https://thedonnafoundation.org/.   EAT Vale Food Co in Jacksonville was a great option after completing our race on Saturday.  This is a build-your-own bowl (or choose from their menu options if you can't decide) style meal with plant-based options and meat, dairy, acai bowls, and toast creations, too!  It felt like a very "brunchy" and quick option for us.  While they don't have mimosas, they have flavored healthy water, cold-pressed juice shots, coffee, handmade lemonade, and more to quench your thirst.  We built our bowls, and they were delicious!  Vale Food Co is a great little place in Jacksonville, and they have locations throughout Florida, too!  (Tip:  Get the Sweet Potato Noodles. They don't taste like sweet potato, and they are excellent with anything they offer!)  Find out more at www.valefoodco.com.   DRINK We went to Wildcrafters Booze-Free Bar near the Five Points area of Jacksonville, and boy, are we happy we did! Live music, a relaxing vibe, and the owner and bartender were terrific to everyone during our visit.  The drinks we had were fun spins on coffee drinks and non-alcoholic cocktail creations that were quite tasty!  We were so happy with the experience and can't wait to go back and try more of the menu at Wildcrafters Booze-Free Bar.  We got to have a great experience celebrating our race while being alcohol-free, too! Wildcrafters on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/wildcraftersjax/  Wildcrafters on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/wildcraftersjax/  THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Twenty Thousand Hertz
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Twenty Thousand Hertz

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:33


Part 2 of our series on the Windows startup sounds picks up when Microsoft made the radical decision to kill the startup sound in Windows 8. In this episode, we explore the forces that led to that decision, unpack how Microsoft channeled the music of language into their new UI sounds, and reveal 2 secret startup sounds that were nearly lost to time. Featuring former Microsoft Lead UI Designer Jensen Harris and Sound Designer Matthew Bennett. Apply for the full time Associate Producer position here. The application closes on May 11th. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Subscribe to Jensen Harris' Youtube channel. Learn about Matthew Bennett's latest work here. To check out full sets of default Windows sounds, visit winsounds.com. Offset your carbon footprint at wren.co. Select "Podcast" at checkout and type "Twenty Thousand Hertz" to get 10 extra trees planted in your name. Get 10% off your first month of BetterHelp online therapy at betterhelp.com/20k. Visit zocdoc.com/20k to download the Zocdoc app and sign up for free. Visit shopify.com/20k to get a free 14-day trial with Shopify's entire suite of features. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/windowslogonwav Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Career Paths With Teal
Microsoft Talent Sourcer Kristi Kennebrew on Persistence and the Power of Transferable Skills

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 30:07


Kristi Kennebrew's greatest mission in life is to help people land the dream jobs that they've always wanted—and now, as a talent sourcer at Microsoft and the founder of Get Me Hired Kristi, she's doing exactly that. A high school love of sports led Kristi to study sports management at the University of Texas, but after struggling with economics classes, she pivoted and went into health (kinesiology, specifically!) before taking a risk and applying for a post-graduation role in sales. After 2.5 years working in sales at Oracle, Kristi tapped into her transferable skills and, after persistently interviewing with Google, landed a contract role as a technical talent sourcer, which served as a springboard for her current role at Microsoft. In this episode, Kristi dives into the many lessons she's learned about career pivots, transferable skills, finding your passion, and reverse-engineering job descriptions to leverage your strengths. Connect with Kristi:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristi-kennebrewTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@getmehiredkristiInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/GetMeHiredKristiThis show is presented by Teal, and hosted by Teal's Founder & CEO David Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.comThis podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co.

Gay Mystery Podcast
Bud Gundy On His Newest Release, The History Of Alcatraz, And Working In Public Broadcasting

Gay Mystery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 56:16


Ep: 119: How risqué was Tales of the City and was there male nudity? This isn't the primary topic but one of the many Bud Gundy discusses with Brad, including Bud's latest novel Inherit the Lightening, and even some history about Alcatraz.Podcast Website:www.queerwritersofcrime.comSign up for the show's newsletter:https://tinyurl.com/qworcrimenewsletterCheck out blog posts by guests on the website:https://www.queerwritersofcrime.com/blog/Chip in and help support this podcast:buymeacoffee.com/queerwriters   Disclosure: To cover the cost of producing Queer Writers of Crime, some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that, at zero cost to you, Brad will earn an affiliate commission if you click through the link and finalize a purchase.Get a Kindle Paperwhite:https://amzn.to/3KCfUuOBud Gundy's Website:www.budgundy.comPurchase Inherit the Lighteninghttps://www.boldstrokesbooks.com/books/inherit-the-lightning-by-bud-gundy-3866-bFind Bud on Facebookwww.facebook/budgundyauthorBud on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/BudGundyBud's Amazon Page:https://amzn.to/37d00cBBud Gundy is Lambda Literary Award finalist and an Executive Producer and on-air host at KQED, the PBS and NPR affiliate for Northern California. In 2003, he received an Emmy Award for producing the documentary Lonely Island: Hidden Alcatraz. He won his second Emmy Award in 2016 for directing the KQED News special, State of Surveillance. He's been nominated for two other works.He began his television career in 1983 as the Program Director at the Nationality Broadcasting Network in Lakewood, Ohio, a job which has given him a lifetime of funny stories to share. Following that, he worked as a Desk Assistant, Associate Producer and Producer for the various newscasts at WKYC, the NBC affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio.  The stories from Channel 3 aren't as funny, but perhaps more illuminating.  After stints as a business reporter and a marketing executive in Northern California, he joined San Francisco's KQED in 1994, and loves the environment and dedication to the audience at PBS and NPR.  You can see and hear him on-the-air, asking for support during those annoying pledge drives. Brad's Website:bradshreve.comSupport Requeered Tales  re-publishing award-winning, post-Stonewall gay and lesbian fiction — with a focus on mystery, literary and horror/sci-fi genres.requeeredtales.comKindly give to The Trevor Project, a much-needed charity focusing not only suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth, but also helps to get answers and information to support them, and connect with an international community of LGBTQ youth aged 13 - 24.https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

The Road to Now
#233 The 6th Anniversary Show w/ Matt Negrin

The Road to Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 50:17


The Road to Now just celebrated its 6 year anniversary, so we invited our old friend (and all-time record holder for most RTN appearances) Matt Negrin to join us for a conversation about what's happening in the world and how to deal with it. Along the way, our Associate Producer, Gary Fletcher drops in for an update, and our friend (and long-time Patron) Fig White gets surprisingly brought into the conversation as well. Click here to watch the video of this episode on YouTube. Like a lot of anniversaries, this episode went to some surprising and unplanned places, but we'll be back to business as usual next week! This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher.

Cafe con Pam Podcast
Turning Your Passion Into Your Career and Frida with Vicente Fusco

Cafe con Pam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 41:06


Listeners, we're back this week with Vicente Fusco.Fusco began his career in Monterrey, Mexico, promoting tour productions across Mexico for Cirque du Soleil, Cavalia and Slava's Snowshow. In 2013, Fusco joined Canadian-based Starvox Entertainment, where he oversaw touring productions across Mexico and North America as well as international engagements. Today, Fusco manages global business development for both Starvox Entertainment and Lighthouse Immersive, expanding beyond their existing North American markets with successful productions in Dubai, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Koriyama, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, among others. Fusco is a Producer for The Art of Banksy exhibit in North America, with current/upcoming runs in Chicago, San Francisco, Denver, Boston, Washington, and Toronto, as well as an Associate Producer for IMMERSIVE FRIDA KAHLO, arriving in seven North American cities this spring.During this episode we talked about:05:58 - How he ended up in the US07:04 - Getting into entertainment11:37 - Learn by doing it18:31 - Opening the exhibits department20:49 - About Immersive experiences26:37 - The Frida experience31:54 - Choosing the artistsThis  episode is brought to you by MagicMind is the world's first productivity drink.

Career Paths With Teal
How a Career in Radio Led One Entrepreneur to Reshape the Live Tour Industry

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 47:37


In Jessi Sanfilippo's life, the most important thing hasn't been worrying about a big, flashy award for her work, but rather, being herself through the process and learning from each new experience. In this episode, Jessi opens up about her first job in radio (inspired by her love of pop culture icons like the Backstreet Boys); balancing a career with raising a child; how being at home with her son enabled her to tap into her creativity; her “no regrets” mentality when it comes to her career; her “aha” moment while toasting a PopTart; and how forming a creative agency led to a role in event marketing, which then helped guide her to where she is today, working at the intersection of three of the things she's most passionate about: tech, connecting people, and live music. Connect with Jessi:Twitter: https://twitter.com/shuggilippo Website: http://jessisanfilippo.comRoadie Social links:Website: https://roadiesocial.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/roadiesocialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/roadiesocial/This show is presented by Teal, and hosted by Teal's Founder & CEO David Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.comThis podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED EPISODE 210 Our ”Noisy” Interview with Race Announcer, Cancer Survivor, Runner, Inspiration, and Author, Fitz Koehler

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 79:06


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Congratulations to John Schroeder, who invited us to do our weekend coffee chat from his Cars and Coffee event at Innisbrook Resort. Susie, JoJo, and Darlene took their runcation to Kentucky for the Kentucky Derby Mini Marathon this past weekend.  They celebrated JoJo's big birthday in true “Runcation Nation” fashion with excellent running, eating, and drinking!  Darlene carried her running into Sunday when she completed the Flying Pig Half Marathon in Ohio.  Kelly from our crew ran it, too!  Way to get it done, ladies!   For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN This week, we share our “noisy” interview with race announcer and half of Team Noisy, cancer survivor, runner, inspiration, and author, Fitz Koehler. We want to thank Fitz for the inspiring conversation in this episode.  We hope you will give her book a listen or a read.  It is so valuable.  You will find the wisdom to help you, no matter where you are in life or what challenge you may be facing at the moment.   You can get it on her website, and she will autograph it for you!  And, if you want to connect with Fitz, as she said in the chat, say hi and introduce yourself.  Let her know you heard her on the Run Eat Drink Podcast. Links are here: Instagram: Fitzness Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Fitzness  Team Noisy Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/TeamNoisy  Twitter:  https://twitter.com/fitzness  TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdbYrQqC/ (@fitzness13) https://www.youtube.com/c/fitzness  Website: https://www.fitzness.com/  Fitz,  if you are reading this now, thank you.  Those words seem too small to express our appreciation for all the race experiences you create for all runners and the time you took to inspire the rest of the “Runcation Nation" and us on this week's episode.  We can't wait to see you again at a finish line soon! EAT & DRINK As we like to do on our show when we have a special interview episode, we asked Fitz to tell us her favorite food and beverage options when we talked to her.  Did they surprise you?  Do you love the same things she does?  Let us know! THAT'S A WRAP! Runcation Nation,  don't forget your discount code for the Black Knight DONNA Mother's Day 5K and Your Way!   You can go to www.runeatdrink.net/donna.   You can be a part of it virtually or in person, and there's a discount code exclusively for all of you.  Use RUNEATDRINK for 5% off an entry for either the in-person or virtual race options.   Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Cross Border Podcasts
Episode 367 - How Lucky You Are

Cross Border Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 79:50


We are back after almost two months without the Entertainment Rundown and we are going to seize the day! With lots to catch up on, we are pleased to welcome back out Entertainment Pundit, and now Associate Producer of the Cross Border Interviews with Chris Brown, Mr. Michael Nichols Pate (That's right he got a pay bump, we'll explain in the episode). Tune in as we spill the tea and dot our eyes on all things entertainment. *************************************************** Follow our Entertainment Pundit: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikeynicholspate/ *************************************************** Follow the Cross Border Interview Podcast: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crossborderpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrossBorderPod Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/CrossBorderInterviews Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI2i25ZVKTO84oUsLyO4jig Website: https://www.crossborderinterviews.ca/ Back the Show: https://www.patreon.com/CrossBoderInterviewPodcast The Cross Border Interview Podcast was Produced and Edited by Miranda, Brown & Associates Inc © 2022

Twenty Thousand Hertz
Ta-da! It's Windows

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 31:16


Over the years, Microsoft has made at least ten iconic startup sounds for Windows—from the triumphant “Ta-da!” of Windows 3.1, to the ambient chime that Brian Eno crafted for Windows 95, to the orchestral sweep of Windows XP. In this episode, we explore the creation of the classic Windows startup sounds through Windows 7, and what each one says about Microsoft's evolving technology. Featuring former Microsoft Lead UI Designer Jensen Harris and Sound Designer Matthew Bennett. Apply for the full time Associate Producer position here. The application closes on May 11th. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Subscribe to Jensen Harris' Youtube channel. Learn about Matthew Bennett's latest work here. To check out full sets of default Windows sounds, visit winsounds.com. Sign up for a MEL Science subscription at melscience.com/sBGX to get 60% off your first month. This limited offer is available for 1 month only. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications, and quicker hiring times. Visit zocdoc.com/20k to download the Zocdoc app and sign up for free. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/tadaitswindows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Career Paths With Teal
How Twitter and a Move to London Helped Build a Career in Real Estate

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 34:46


Dayle Zielentino, Managing Director at Penny Deer, grew up in Newcastle, UK, intending to be an architect, but after graduating at the tail end of a recession, doubled down on his technical skills to land a job and found himself moving away from the future he'd imagined. From a transformational move to London to a series of career pivots that led him to where he is now in real estate development, Dayle's tapped into the power of networking (both in-person and virtually through Twitter), the growth that happens when you aren't afraid to ask questions and admit what you don't know, and the knowledge that it's never too late to switch gears. Connect with DayleTwitter: https://twitter.com/dayle_designThis show is presented by Teal, and hosted by Teal's Founder & CEO David Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.comThis podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED EPISODE 209:  Medal Chaser's Punisher 5K, Funkadelic Food Shack in Saint Augustine, and a homemade Lemon Drop Cocktail

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 62:07


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Shout out to JoJo for winning her age group in her weekend Chic-Fil-A 5K. Bill and Kristina Craig are running the Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Half Marathon! Finally, thank you to JD, host of JD's Big Fat Running Journey for having us on his show!  You can find all your favorite ways to listen to our chat with JD here: https://anchor.fm/james-daly6/episodes/Episode-4-Walking-On-Sunshine-e1hjnkg Thanks, JD!  It was a great conversation!  Can't wait to see you at an upcoming race weekend soon! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN This week, Dana is traveling to a work conference, so we take a break from racing and interviews to talk about training.  But don't worry, we have more great interviews coming to you in May! It's a training week for us, so we took a Medal Chasers 5K to our neighborhood for our long run this past weekend.  Bill and Kristina are in Nashville running a race, so they are handling the runcationing this week in style!   We talk about the medal and bib and our strategy for the 5K.  Bill and Kristina Craig, founders of Medal Chasers, have been on our show.  We are big fans of running their virtual races as training runs to stay motivated during training season and support a great cause.  The “Punisher” 5K, focused on one of the most tortured anti-heroes, is one from the Medal Chasers Anti-Hero series.  We wanted to have a great-themed short run as a final one ahead of our trip to Jacksonville to run the Mother's Day 5K for the Donna Foundation. We were so excited to do this race to support Shriners Hospital for Children.  As always, the bling did not disappoint.  Right now, there are some fun virtual races offered on their connected to Star Wars, Marvel, and more!       EAT Sometimes when we drive to races throughout Florida, we accidentally find some great food when we make a stop to fuel up on the road—wondering what we eat on the drive back home from Jacksonville?  We hit Saint Augustine and found a food truck park right on the water.  One of the trucks, the Funkadelic Food Shack, had great options to try.  If you are in Jacksonville for any reason, and you have a chance to steal a couple of hours to go to Saint Augustine and see historical sights there,  you can enjoy a great lunch by the water.  We recommend anything with their sweet potato and quinoa fritters, but their burgers and tacos sound great too!!  DRINK We share a non-alcoholic version of a cocktail Aimee loves this week, the Lemon Drop Martini.  We got the recipe from www.frewines.com, and they call it Sugar Kisses.  We are so happy that we can have a great-tasting wine that is nonalcoholic!?  And they make all kinds: red, white, blush, and bubbly, too!  We promised that this year we'd get more into wine.  And, we will get into the alcoholic kind after our challenge is over!  In the meantime, we share this recipe and our review with you.   Of course, you can create a genuine Lemon Drop with a traditional recipe with vodka.  Here's one from Ina Garden on the Food Network Website:  https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/lemon-drop-cocktail-recipe-1941226       THAT'S A WRAP Runcation Nation,  don't forget you can go to https://www.runeatdrink.net/donna.   You can be a part of it virtually or in person, and there's a discount code exclusively for all of you.  Use RUNEATDRINK for 5% off an entry of either the physical or virtual race options.   Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com  for providing the music for this episode, too!  

Entertainment(x)
Victoria Weinberg Part 2: ”Syncing Ink”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 22:04


Victoria Weinberg (IG:@msvictorialeigh)(LI:@victoria-weinberg) is an independent theater and live event producer. She has been working with Glass Hall Full Productions as their U.S. Associate Producer for over 3 years. Most recently, GHF's work includes the recent Broadway revival of “Betrayal,” “Sea Wall/A Life,” “The Lehman Trilogy,” and “Network.” A South Florida native, Victoria graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Upon graduation, alongside Nick Luckebaugh, Victoria started Libra Theater Company, where she produced readings, concerts of new work (including music by Rob Rokicki, Joe Iconis, and Paul Gordon), and original plays at venues such as 59E59 Theaters. Her passion lies in developing exciting and diverse new work in the commercial theatre space. She is currently developing SYNCING INK, a new hip-hop experience by emcee NSangou Njikam, directed by Awoye Timpo slated for summer 2021. Additionally, Victoria works in live event production, as the co-producer of the PEN America Literary Awards, associate producer for the Drama Desk Awards. She's a proud dog mama of Tobi, the magical chi-weenie and her favorite Disney film is absolutely “The Aristocats.” We discuss her latest project Syncing Ink (IG:@syncingink) and so much more! 

Career Paths With Teal
Creative Executive Rachel Gogel on Launching Story-Driven Experiences at Facebook, GQ Magazine, The New York Times, and Airbnb

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 70:50


Paris native Rachel Gogel has a deep passion to use her voice to help create close-knit, inclusive communities, especially for women and the queer community. After her very first design class at the University of Pennsylvania, Rachel knew that she was where she needed to be and declared her major in design. Post-college, she took internships until she made her way into design work that kept her afloat and broadened her horizons. Not long after, she was given the opportunity to be the manager of the marketing art department of GQ at only 22 years old. Her next few years were a whirlwind, as she also worked with the New York Times and Facebook and transitioned from design to the tech world; she later started working as a design manager in a small design studio called Godfrey Dadich Partners. Presently, she is doing freelance work with clients, most notably American Express and Airbnb. Follow along with Rachel's story from her small beginnings in design creating the yearbook in high school to one day helping build multidisciplinary teams at the New York Times, GQ Magazine, Facebook (now Meta), and more. Connect with RachelTwitter: https://twitter.com/rgogelInstagram: https://instagram.com/rgogelWebsite: https://rachelgogel.comNonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 208 A Conversation with 1968 Boston Marathon Champion Amby Burfoot

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 44:54


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Special shoutouts today go to friends of the show, Meg, Amanda, Andi, and Babs, who will be at the Boston Marathon!  Amanda and Andi are running it, and Babs will be volunteering at the finish line to give finishers their medals!  In addition, Meg will be at mile 15 of the Boston Marathon, cheering on runners with special kits including fuel, hydration, and other items!  Thank you all, ladies! Also, all our best to friend of the show, Marko Cheseto, who will be running Boston on Marathon Monday as well! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN Today on the show, we are so honored to be joined by Amby Burfoot, 1968 Boston Marathon winner, writer-editor, and book author.  Amby talks about his Boston victory in this interview, but that is not all.  On this, the anniversary of the Boston Marathon in 1972, when women were officially allowed to register and run, he talks about women at the Boston Marathon and the influential role women play in the sport. He was so generous with his time!  We thank him for sitting down to talk with us, and we're wishing him a fantastic run in Boston this Marathon Monday!   You can find out more about Amby, his books, his articles, and more here: www.ambyburfoot.com https://www.podiumrunner.com/ lifetimerunning.net   THAT'S A WRAP Runcation Nation,  don't forget you can go to https://www.runeatdrink.net/donna.   You can be a part of it virtually or in person, and there's a discount code exclusively for all of you.  Use RUNEATDRINK for 5% off an entry of either the physical or virtual race options.     Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com  for providing the music for this episode, too!    

Entertainment(x)
Victoria Weinberg: Part 1 ”You Never Know What Happens Till You Start Rappin'.”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 23:36


Victoria Weinberg (IG:@msvictorialeigh)(LI:@victoria-weinberg) is an independent theater and live event producer. She has been working with Glass Hall Full Productions as their U.S. Associate Producer for over 3 years. Most recently, GHF's work includes the recent Broadway revival of “Betrayal,” “Sea Wall/A Life,” “The Lehman Trilogy,” and “Network.” A South Florida native, Victoria graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Upon graduation, alongside Nick Luckebaugh, Victoria started Libra Theater Company, where she produced readings, concerts of new work (including music by Rob Rokicki, Joe Iconis, and Paul Gordon), and original plays at venues such as 59E59 Theaters. Her passion lies in developing exciting and diverse new work in the commercial theatre space. She is currently developing SYNCING INK, a new hip-hop experience by emcee NSangou Njikam, directed by Awoye Timpo slated for summer 2021. Additionally, Victoria works in live event production, as the co-producer of the PEN America Literary Awards, associate producer for the Drama Desk Awards. She's a proud dog mama of Tobi, the magical chi-weenie and her favorite Disney film is absolutely “The Aristocats.” We discuss her latest project Syncing Ink (IG:@syncingink) and so much more! 

Mickey Shorts And More Podcast
Year of the Dog, Plus Special Guest Jess Forer!

Mickey Shorts And More Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 54:24


Hey Mickey Shortsters! Bucket list checked! This week we are super excited to welcome Jess Forer to the show! Jess is the Associate Producer for the Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse and she helped with the Disneyland version of Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway! She shares her professional journey and why producing Mickey Mouse shorts is the best job on the planet! Plus, we watch Pluto scrounge for food in the season 4, episode 13 short “Year of the Dog” Remember to subscribe and share our show with all your Mickey lovin' friends! Remember the show is available in both audio and video format with the links below!   WATCH WITH US: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vt2p5ZVZpM WATCH THE VIDEO VERSION OF THE PODCAST: https://youtu.be/mpEhVh3gl0E WATCH ALL OF OUR EPISODES: https://www.youtube.com/c/MickeyShortsAndMore  

Career Paths With Teal
Risk and Bold Entrepreneurship with Javier Ramírez Lugo, Founder of Cuota

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 34:41


16 years ago, Javier Ramírez Lugo—a native of Puerto Rico—flew thousands of miles from his family and everything else he'd ever known to pursue a dual major in finance and entrepreneurship in Boston, Massachusetts. In this episode, he talks about his journey post-college, from working more structured jobs in finance to taking the plunge and moving to California to help build a startup. From Standard & Poor's to Goldman Sachs, Zenefits to WeWork, here's how family influence, risky decisions, and bulls-eye career moves have led Javier to his current role as the founder of Cuota, a B2B sales consultancy partnering with venture-backed companies across the US, Latin America, and Spain. Connect with JavierTwitter: https://twitter.com/javieugLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/javier-ramirez-lugoConnect with Cuotahttps://www.cuota.io/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hitcuota Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuota.io/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cuotaNonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 207 A Conversation with Amanda Napolitano About The Mother's Day 5K & Your Way Races to Support the Donna Foundation

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 43:18


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Congratulations to Darlene and Susie, who completed the Savanah Women's Half Marathon in Georgia last weekend.  Congrats to Jessica, who ran the local Challenger 5K and Cape Coral Animal Shelter 5k here in Cape Coral last weekend.  JoJo is starting her birthday month right with another Chick-Fil-A 5K!  Jessica and Kelly flew to Las Vegas for another half marathon this past weekend.  Dawn ran the Fatboy 5K in Louisiana, too!  Congratulations to Dean and Judy Gerber, too!  Dean PR'd his marathon, and Judy finished her half in a PR, too!!   For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more.   RUN This week, we share a conversation with Amanda Napolitano about a brand new race that supports the Donna Foundation, the Black Knight DONNA Mother's Day 5K, which you can run in person or virtually.   According to a recent press release, the foundation is celebrating moms in various ways in the month leading up to the race.   The Runcation Nation can support these efforts by:     Registering to run or walk in the Black Knight DONNA Mother's Day 5K.  Participants will take off on a brand-new DONNA 5K route through Jacksonville's beautiful Riverside neighborhood, starting and ending at the historic Friday Musicale.  With its new hybrid format, runners can choose to gather “Together” in person or run virtually throughout the weekend.  Register at mdyw.breastcancermarathon.com.   Runcation Nation, you can go to https://mdyw.breastcancermarathon.com.   You  can be a part of it virtually or in person, and there's a discount  code exclusively for all of you.  Use RUNEATDRINK for 5% off an  entry for either physical or virtual race option.     Honoring your mom by posting a photo to the DONNA Tribute Wall presented by Florida Blue.  Follow The DONNA Foundation on social media for stories celebrating moms over the coming weeks.  Share your photo at mdyw.breastcancermarathon.com/donna-tribute-wall.   Contributing to the “Every Mom” gift challenge by making a donation to support the critical programs of The DONNA Foundation, starting a fundraiser, or joining an existing fundraising team.  Organizations can go the extra mile by hosting a fundraiser in partnership with their place of business.  Give or fundraise at support.thedonnafoundation.org/goto/celebratemoms.   Talking with the moms in your life about breast health.  According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 5-10% of breast cancer cases are thought to be hereditary.  Discussing your family's breast cancer history with relatives and medical providers is an essential step toward monitoring, managing, and maintaining your breast health.   Joining the conversation about moms and breast cancer on Wednesday, April 13, at 7 p.m.  The DONNA Foundation will host a webinar panel discussion focusing on the most impactful ways to support moms through their breast cancer journey.  The conversation will feature Kristin Lothman, a mindfulness counselor from Mayo Clinic, and breast cancer survivors Kristie Kirschner, Michelle Mecca, and Leah Strommer.  Our Noisy Cancer Comeback Announcer and breast cancer survivor Fitz Koehler will facilitate it.  It will be streamed live at Facebook.com/26.2withDONNA.   Partnering with The DONNA Foundation to become a sponsor of the 2022 Black Knight DONNA Mother's Day 5K event.  Sponsors and vendors have opportunities to maximize brand exposure locally, regionally, and nationwide to a unique demographic are available.  Companies can also sponsor race registrations for employees.  Learn more at mdyw.breastcancermarathon.com/become-a-sponsor-2022.    Thank you, Amanda, for taking the time to talk with us.  Runcation Nation,  don't forget you can go to www.runeatdrink.net/donna.   You can be a part of it virtually or in person, and there's a discount code exclusively for all of you.  Use RUNEATDRINK for 5% off an entry of physical or virtual race options.     EAT & DRINK We asked Amanda about the best brunch options in Jacksonville for the Mother's Day weekend.  She shared one close to the racecourse, she shared Prospect, and the menu looks AMAZING!  There are menu items and beverages that are tempting parts of their brunch, and the regular menu looks mouth-watering, too!     THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support!  Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!    

Not Your Mama's Gamer
Episode 229: On Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: A Conversation with Miranda Due

Not Your Mama's Gamer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 94:57


This week we talk with Miranda Due, Associate Producer at Treyarch, about DEI, museums, and Nancy Drew.What We're Playing:Tools Up DLCGhostwire TokyoWordle. Secdordle, KilordleKirby and the Forgotten LandPrincess Farmer*Cats in TimeRune Factory 5 *Code was received for streaming and review purposes. What We're Reading:Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda LoWhat We're Drinking:Pineapple WineUncle Nearest 1856 & Diet VernorsA Happy White Wine AccidentBlack Cherry Sparkling Ice

Standing Post
Ep. #044 - White House Tours with UD Sgt. Eliot Nelson

Standing Post

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 34:16


Ep. 44 - The Special Operations Section (SOS) is a specialized unit of the White House Branch, Presidential Protective Division. Its duties have long been part of Uniformed Division and White House Police operations. Uniformed Division officers assigned to this group are trained to handle a myriad of special duties and functions at the White House Complex, including conducting the daily Congressional and public tours of the White House and handling events such as State Dinners and official arrival ceremonies for foreign heads of state. Sgt. Eliott G. Nelson, a proud native of Wyandotte County, Kansas City, Kansas, was hired by the United States Secret Service on March 15 th , 2014. Shortly after being assigned to the White House Branch, Mr. Nelson joined the Special Operations Section (SOS), which is responsible for providing access control and screening to guests attending social events or public East Wing tours. After two years, Mr. Nelson worked his way into a leadership role within SOS. Sgt. Nelson received his Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Southeast Missouri State University, where he also became a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated, Xi Gamma Chapter. Sgt. Nelson received his Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. White House Tours - https://www.nps.gov/whho/planyourvisit/the-white-house-tour.htm Want to join the Secret Service? Click here to start your journey www.usajobs.gov/Search/?k=USSS Hosted and Edited by: Cody Starken, Associate Producer and assistant editor: Starr Vazquez Music is “Nova Police” by Hermelin, found here: www.hermelin.bandcamp.com/track/nova-police. The music used in the podcast was altered from the original soundtrack by cutting specific sections of the music to create the intro and outro of the podcast. This work Attribution-Noncommercial-sharealike 3.0 United States (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US), which license definition is located here: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 Please visit us at: Twitter@secretservice, Instagram@secretservice, Facebook @UnitedStatesSecretServiceOfficial, YouTube@US Secret Service, and LinkedIn @U.S. Secret Service Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or SoundCloud.com and find it at www.secretservice.gov/press/social-media/

Career Paths With Teal
Building Startups, Changing Lives through Crypto

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 46:07


Nick Mancini is a builder of brands and communities, specializing in their management, leadership, and growth. Beginning in finance, moving to entrepreneurship, then sliding back into the corporate world via cloud sales, he has always had a strong focus on startup companies. Nick jumped headfirst into crypto when it was only in its infancy due to his belief in the importance of understanding the goings-on in the innovation landscape; he then later returned to it post-Covid to build a massive team of 150+ people working in the crypto market. He firmly believes that one of the greatest skills to possess is the ability to intelligently and effectively communicate information in such a way that can turn any sort of crazy, technical jargon into a single sentence, understood by anyone. Connect with Nick:Twitter: https://twitter.com/nickciniNick's communities: https://twitter.com/TradeTheChain https://twitter.com/CryptoGeneNFT https://twitter.com/PlatyPunks_real https://twitter.com/SENTtoken Nonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Quick Bite:  Return to Casa Santo Stefano for a Drink

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 6:05


Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. How about a bonus cocktail? DRINK We return to Casa Santo Stefano in Tampa for this Quick Bite.  We first talked about this restaurant, rich with historical roots in Tampa, in episode 142.   Last week, when we recapped the 2022 Gasparilla Distance Classic, we recalled a past trip through Tampa when we returned to this enticing location for a great meal and a cocktail.   Casa Santo Stefano has great cocktail selections.  We wanted to try wine from their beautiful upstairs wine cellar.   It was so hard to choose.  We promise to return for wine, but we couldn't pass up another tasty cocktail.  While we were there, we had the Tramonto and recorded our review live.  It was a Sicilian twist on a whiskey sour made with Lip Service Rye and topped with Nero d'Avola wine from Sicily.   We hope you enjoy this flashback!  THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support!  Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 206 022 Gate River Run & Prati Italia in Jacksonville

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 59:56


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Congratulations to Dan Rams and everyone in the Cape Coral Running Group on their Kia Port Charlotte Half Marathon!   For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN 2022 Gate River Run in Jacksonville, Florida, was one we had not planned on getting to, but Barbara DiGirolamo  (@babz019 on Instagram), who we were lucky to meet and get to know at the Donna Marathon Weekend 2022, convinced us we needed to get there.  The experience did not disappoint.  Jacksonville residents came out to support and cheer on the runners in this National Championship at the 15K distance.  We experienced a great expo, a well-supported course, and the “green monster.” Would we do it again?  We discuss all that and more in this episode. EAT Prati Italia was our restaurant of choice when carb-loading for this 15K race.  The Prati Italia food menu has so many tasty options!  We can't wait to go back and try everything, including the deep-fried lasagna that we saw come to a table.  It made our mouths water!  They had a beautiful restaurant with an open kitchen, a beautiful setting inside or by the water, and a full vegan menu for us to sample, too!  We talk about it in this episode.  Special thanks to the hostess (whose name we did not catch) who found seating for us, even though we accidentally made our reservation the next night when we meant to make it for the night before the race).  Big thanks and praise to our server Cassidy, who was knowledgeable about everything on the menu and gave us a first-class experience.  Get here if you can to try their menu, whether regular, vegan, or vegetarian.  And ask for Cassidy! DRINK Prati Italia's specialty non-alcoholic drinks were a welcome surprise when perusing the drink menu.  We can't wait to get back and try their extensive cocktail list that includes cleverly named beverages like the “Frankly Speaking” and “Walk Don't Run.” The night before the race, though, we were so happy with the handmade sodas we got to try. THAT'S A WRAP! On the food and beverage front, Prati Italia is a winner!  Make a reservation, get there, and enjoy!  Let us know what you have if you do! Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support!  Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Lifespring! Family Audio Bible
John 1-2: In the Beginning

Lifespring! Family Audio Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 24:46


Transcript Podcast Introduction Today we will read John 1-2.  I'll have some comments after the reading, I'm calling today's episode “In the Beginning.” Associate Producer  With his Associate Producer donation, Sean of San Pedro sent this: Brittaney and I are excited to announce that we're expecting our first human resource in mid-October! Comments on John... The post John 1-2: In the Beginning first appeared on Lifespring! Media.

Fandom Podcast Network
Good Evening An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast Episode 085: Feels Like Hitch: Gone Girl

Fandom Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 36:32


Good Evening An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast Episode 085: Feels Like Hitch: Gone Girl In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, Chris Haigh is joined by Manish Mathur to discuss “Gone Girl,” the 2014 thriller directed by David Fincher. Host: Chris Haigh Guest: Manish Mathur @vertigay Find us: Twitter: @goodeveningpod @brandonmutala @higher_boy @TomCaldwell3000  Facebook: Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast Email: goodeveningpodcast@hotmail.com And, as always, Good Evening is a proud member of the Fandom Podcast Network. @fanpodnetwork Thanks to our Associate Producer, Pat McFadden, our Man Who Knows Exactly Enough. Thanks so much to Jason Cullimore for our awesome theme song! http://www.jasoncullimore.com https://soundcloud.com/jason-cullimore https://www.instagram.com/jasoncullimoreartist/ - fpnet.podbean.com - FPNet on Podbean app - Fandom Podcast Network on: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Podbean / Google Play / Spotify / Iheartradio - Facebook: Fandom Podcast Network - Email: fandompodcastnetwork@gmail.com - Instagram: FandomPodcastNetwork  - Twitter: @fanpodnetwork Please help support the Fandom Podcast Network through reviews on Apple Podcasts / iTunes and our Fandom Podcast Network Store on Tee Public.  The FANDOM PODCAST NETWORK is now on YouTube! Join us! Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCib-kbKfAagsxrWlJU01Rcg PLEASE SUBCRIBE to our YouTube channel to receive notifications of new podcast episodes and live events. Fandom Podcast Network Tee Public Store: Get Your Fandom Podcast Network and Couch Potato Theater Merchandise on Tee Public! Please visit our TeePublic store where you can help support the Fandom Podcast Network while wearing your Couch Potato Theater and other awesome Fandom Podcast Network favorite show logos with pride! Tee Public Store: https://www.teepublic.com/user/fandompodcastnetwork  Please listen to our other awesome podcasts on the Fandom Podcast Network: Master Feed: https://fpnet.podbean.com/ 

Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast
85: Feels Like Hitch: Gone Girl

Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 36:33


In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, Chris Haigh is joined by Manish Mathur to discuss “Gone Girl,” the 2014 thriller directed by David Fincher. Host: Chris Haigh Guest: Manish Mathur @vertigay Find us: Twitter: @goodeveningpod @brandonmutala @higher_boy @TomCaldwell3000 Facebook: Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast Email: goodeveningpodcast@hotmail.com And, as always, Good Evening is a proud member of the Fandom Podcast Network. @fanpodnetwork Thanks to our Associate Producer, Pat McFadden, our Man Who Knows Exactly Enough. Thanks so much to Jason Cullimore for our awesome theme song! http://www.jasoncullimore.com https://soundcloud.com/jason-cullimore https://www.instagram.com/jasoncullimoreartist/

LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
Jon Mann On How To Attract The Success You Want - EP#89

LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 68:13


Jon Mann joins the podcast today to discuss his rise into film making, career highlights, cool partnerships he has formed and even shares some  amazing stories from filming his new show Pub Crawl. I hope you all enjoy this episode. Feel Free To Subscribe! Connect With Jon: Production Company: https://www.instagram.com/populardemandpictures/ Personal Page: https://www.instagram.com/jonnymann/ Jon Mann is a graduate of Acadia University (POLS, 2011) and the New York Film Academy (Screenwriting, 2013). In 2012, he wrote the documentary Drink ‘Em Dry which premiered at Harvard Law School, making Jon the youngest person in the school's history to present written work (at age 22).  After Harvard, the film Drink 'Em Dry is now in universities and colleges in North and South America, Europe, and Australia. Drink ‘Em Dry was also nominated for Best Canadian Documentary at the Canadian Labour International Film Festival (2012).  In 2014, Jon completed his first feature-length documentary, Project Power, which follows the social movement against the sale of NB Power to Hydro-Quebec in 2010. In 2015 Jon co-wrote and directed the short-film Rearview which racked up wins and nominations at film festivals worldwide.  In 2017, Jon and production partner Rob Ramsay's project Wolfville won the 2018 National Screen Institute's Totally Television program. Filming for the short film's Cahoots & Missy, written and directed by Jon, completed Fall 2017. In 2018, Jon was a Production Coordinator for TIFF Pitch This! short film winner Wildfire. In September 2018, Wolfville was optioned by Take The Shot Productions. In October 2018, Jon adapted Stephen King's short story Popsy into a short film. The film is currently in post-production. In February 2019, Cahoots won Best Canadian Film at the Canadian International Comedy Film Festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In March 2019, Cahoots was nominated for Best Comedy at the DeReel Film Festival in Dereel, Australia. Missy is now on CBC GEM Jon is currently an Associate Producer on North Star, a short film starring Kevin Bacon and Laura Innes, from 2019 Oscar-winning producer Andrew Carlberg. Filming began in August 2020 for Pub Crawl, an unscripted series on the historically significant bars of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The series will be broadcasted by Bell The Show Is Available On Bell Fibe Tv & The Bell Fibe TV App. TV! New Here:  *CONNECT WITH ME THROUGH INSTAGRAM: @ https://www.instagram.com/glenyg96/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2cJr8YrI1xPPMkrYRpAfBc? si=AqVKuWuBRoaoP9iG5kMZ8g Join The Community On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LIFEAFTERHIGHSCHOOLGLEN

Career Paths With Teal
How One Journalist-Turned-Entrepreneur is Closing the Gender Pay Gap

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 44:37


When Meggie Palmer was working as a journalist several years ago, she found out that her male counterparts were making significantly more than she was, and approached HR to inquire about the difference. She was told she had two choices: quit her job if she was unhappy, or hire a lawyer. So she hired a lawyer. Though Meggie's since pivoted from her career in journalism, she's still passionate about leveling the playing field for women across industries, helping them push for equality. In today's episode, our Founder & CEO Dave Fano chats with Meggie—now the Founder & CEO of PepTalkHer—about how she found her calling in coaching women to be more confident in the workplace. Listen as they dive into:  Meggie's first job as a local news reporter near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and how it set her up for a career in journalism. Seasons of your career, and how it can ebb and flow over time to align with your needs. How Meggie pivoted from being a successful journalist to creating PepTalkHer, a company that supports and empowers more than 60,000 women globally and helps them advocate for raises and promotions.  Connect with Meggie:Twitter: https://twitter.com/MeggiePalmerLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meggiepalmerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meggiepalmerConnect with PepTalkHer:Twitter: https://twitter.com/peptalkherInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/peptalkherWebsite: https://www.peptalkher.comNonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 205 Gasparilla Distance Classic 2022 and Bulla Gastrobar

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 63:28


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Congrats to Jennifer Hall (@itsmefsj) on her Rock n Roll DC Half and Jennifer and Donna Quakenbush (@donnaquack) for volunteering during the weekend!  Congratulations to Emily O'Keefe (@ecofit13) on her new PR at the Savin Half Marathon!  James Miller (@jamesluvstrailruns) Congrats on the live Bakersfield Marathon.  Jennifer Fink (@fink4280) and her family did a bubble run 5K (the first one for her son Tanner), too!   For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN While some of you were running or cheering on your fellow runners at Princess Half Marathon Weekend in Orlando, we were at Gasparilla Distance Classic this past February.  We returned to try out a new race distance for us- the 8K- and to hear two race announcers near and dear to our hearts, even though they had not met us yet… Team Noisy!  Fitz Koehler and Rudy Novotny.  PLUS, we got to see Meb again, too! We had such a great time and even ran into some friends in the Runcation Nation and spent some time catching up with them on the racecourse.  (Thanks, Lee (@itsyourturnlee), for hanging with us for a bit on the course!   EAT Bulla Gastrobar was our restaurant of choice to explore great food in the Tampa area close to the start of our race.  We love great Spanish food.  This place was tasty.  Make a reservation!  Bulla Gastrobar is a busy place with fantastic service and tasty tapas.  Did we mention the paella?  And dessert?  Everything about our experience was top-notch.  Stop by if you get the chance!  We sampled everything live and recorded our reactions.   DRINK Bulla Gastrobar has an extensive cocktail menu as well.  Another great reason to visit this restaurant... delicious drinks.  We both had a couple of cocktails to celebrate our accomplishment because we had taken advantage of a rideshare service to get there.   THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support!  Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Run Eat Drink Podcast
BONUS SHOW RED Episode 204: RunDisney Race Tips and Brown Derby at Hollywood Studios

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 55:12


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for all your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN RunDisney races can be overwhelming for a first-time participant.  Today, we share tips for a magical race experience from our Runcation Nation!   Here are links to products Kristin and Meg mentioned in their tips.  (It is an Amazon Affiliate link for the show.  It costs nothing extra to order through it.  Still the same Amazon site and cost.  You help support the show, too.) HOPESHINE Arm Cooling Sleeves:  https://amzn.to/3qE1wuW  OOFOS OOriginal Sandal - Lightweight Recovery Footwear https://amzn.to/36uYyC4  EAT Time for soup, salad, and sides at  Hollywood Brown Derby!   Hollywood Brown Derby is famous for its Cobb Salad.  Yes, we had that, but we also had incredible soup and sides.  We talked about them while we enjoyed them in the restaurant.  We share our reactions on the show this week with you.  (It makes us want to go back as soon as possible!) DRINK  Hollywood Brown Derby has an extensive cocktail list.  We had the Derby cocktail and shared our thoughts as we sampled it for the first time during our meal.  You know how we love bourbon.  We also wanted to try the Grapefruit Cake Martini, too.  We had it later from the drink stand outside, and it was so good!!  THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support!  Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Quick Bite Rose and Crown in Epcot at Walt Disney World

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 37:27


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement. Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way! Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too! We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content, early access to episodes,  or even to become a show producer like Joanne and Josh, become a patron of the show! Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more and sign up today. EAT Rose and Crown is a place that has excellent appetizers and entrees. We sampled the UK Cheese Platter, Scotch Egg, Fish and Chips, and Shepard's Pie. At Rose and Crown, you will have excellent service and a delicious meal. Plus, you also get to experience a fantastic view of the water!   DRINK Rose and Crown is home to a fantastic bar we have been to many a time. Before the pandemic, it was packed with people celebrating and experiencing the quintessential England bar right here at Epcot in Walt Disney World in Florida. This time we sampled beverages while grabbing our lunch. Cider and Fireball? Yes, please! Guinness? We could not say no. And it was all worthy of a toast!     THAT'S A WRAP!   Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!      

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Quick Bite: Carb-loading at Trattoria Al Forno and Celebrating at the Polynesian Resort

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 26:03


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement. Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way! Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too! We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content, early access to episodes,  or even to become a show producer like Joanne and Josh, become a patron of the show! Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more and sign up today. EAT Trattoria Al Forno is a place we have been to repeatedly eating plant-based at Walt Disney World. Why? Because you can have a full 3-course meal and can't even tell you are eating plant-based. It is so tasty and includes dessert. If you want great plant-based food, consider this a go-to for you!   DRINK  The Polynesian Resort hosts Tambu Lounge, a fantastic bar where we had a couple of cocktails, soaked in the atmosphere, and relaxed in this fantastic resort. Hear our reviews as we tasted the beverages live at the bar. Special thanks to our bartender Benji who did not steer us wrong!! THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!  

Run Eat Drink Podcast
Quick Bite-  Gourmet Landscapes in Canada at the 2022 Epcot International Festival of the Arts

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 8:55


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement. Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way! Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too! We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content, early access to episodes,  or even to become a show producer like Joanne and Josh, become a patron of the show! Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more and sign up today. EAT In this week's main episode, we talked about our first visit to Epcot's Festival of the Arts! In this Quick Bite, we give you a taste of Canada's Gourmet Landscapes. Canada has always been one of our favorites, and during this first trip to this February Festival, it did not disappoint! DRINK We indulged in some great alcoholic beverages at Epcot's Festival of the Arts, too. In Canada, we got a drink called the Rusty Nail. While its name can be deceiving, it was delightful! Hear our take on it as we sampled it live from Canada on the World Showcase!   THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!  

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Quick Bite: The Artist's Table Food Offerings at Epcot International Festival of the Arts

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 9:00


This week, we talk about our very first visit to Epcot's Festival of the Arts, too! It's our first time, but we don't think it will be our last. Hear our thoughts as we sample the food from Artist's Table live at the festival! Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for all your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last 2 years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect them throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you.

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 203: A Fellow Podcaster's First 5K and our first time at Festival of the Arts

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 77:05


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement. Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Congratulations to Michael David who became our newest patron at the fan level this week!!  We are so thankful for your support and enjoy listening to your podcast!  Check him and all the hosts out on their fun show The Will Run For Podcast!   Shout out to all those who ran the Princess Half Marathon Weekend while we were running Gasparilla Distance Classic Weekend. Meg, Ana, Susy (Runs50), and so many others.   For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect shoutouts throughout the week, but please send them our way! Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too! We couldn't do it without you. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content and early access to episodes, become a patron of the show! Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN February is RunDisney Princess Marathon Weekend time!    While we did not go to run the races, we went the weekend before to wish the members of the Runcation Nation good luck in their Orlando races. This week, we talk to the This Dis Life Podcast host, Marc Valentine. He says we inspired him to train for and run his first 5K. We find out how it went. If you want a taste of Disney at home, check out Marc's show at https://www.thisdislifepodcast.com. Check out his YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/thisdislife, too!   Thanks for taking the time to chat with us, Marc, and congratulations on your first 5K. Here's to many more races!   EAT This week, we talk about our very first visit to Epcot's Festival of the Arts, too! It's our first time, but we don't think it will be our last. Hear our thoughts as we sample the food live at the festival!  Our favorite offering was the Encanto Cocina offering authentic Columbian cuisine and celebrating the movie, Encanto. DRINK Oh, yes, we indulged in some great alcoholic beverages at Epcot's Festival of the Arts, too. There were some great beer offerings and some surprising dessert drinks to try! Hear our live reactions as we try some of our new favorites from Artist's Table including a beer flight and a flight of sipping chocolates with liqueurs, too! THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support! Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!

Heard That With Marisa Podcast
Episode 70: Made With Prema

Heard That With Marisa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 48:16


On this episode of HeardThat! Podcast, Blogger, Associate Producer of the 'Dream Girl Film', Social Correspondent of 'E Talk Canada' and co-author of 'Made With Prema'( Prema means 'Love') cookbook, along with his Mother, who's name of the book is after, Prasanna Ranganathan. He shares his thoughts about the recent Golden Globes ceremony, awards season, his projections for the Oscars, and this wonderful project honoring his Mother's love for cooking.

Career Paths With Teal
From Camp Counselor to Venture Fund Founding Partner, Jessica Peltz Zatulove Invests in the Future

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 44:33


Originally from Minnesota, Jessica Peltz Zatulove moved to New York post-college and began her career doing media strategy for large brands like Gucci, Puma, 20th Century Fox, H&M, and Verizon. Fairly early in her adventure in the corporate world, she became fascinated with startup companies and formulated a plan to begin working with them. She ended up joining one of the first innovation boutiques as their second employee, helping startups find their first customers and helping big brands like Kraft and Unilever learn how to commercialize emerging technology. From 2014 to 2020, she worked at a corporate VC practice, investing in companies addressing the needs of a modern CMO, and then in 2020, using the professional experiences and connections she'd gathered up to that point, she and her business partner Kate Beardsley founded Hannah Grey VC, where they invest in pre-seed founders redefining everyday experiences. Follow along as Jessica recounts her career journey, all the way back to her entrepreneurial roots selling friendship bracelets and origami to her classmates in elementary school.Connect with Jessica:Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessicapeltzLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicapeltzHannah Grey VC's website: https://www.hannahgrey.comNonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Local Matters
Jason Heath and George Mallet, Life.Style.Live!

Local Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 19:50


“Local Matters” brings you incredible stories about Indiana Owned businesses making a positive impact in Indiana and the entrepreneurs leading the way. On this episode, Indiana Owned co-founder Mel McMahon chats with Jason Heath, Executive Producer of “Life.Style.Live!” and Co-Host and Associate Producer, George Mallet. They go behind the scenes of the live TV show and talk about the reasons behind the rebrand of “Indy Style,” the importance of universal appeal AND sharing local stories, and what makes a great segment. “Life.Style.Live!” airs on WISH-TV8 live weekdays from 10 AM to 11 AM and re-runs on sister station WNDY Channel 23 at 1 PM. Learn more about the show and watch it online at https://www.wishtv.com/lifestylelive/. Thank you for listening to “Local Matters” made possible by Indiana Owned and Indiana.Gifts. It's an honor to bring you incredible stories about Indiana Owned businesses making a positive impact in Indiana and the entrepreneurs leading the way. Learn more about why local matters, find local now, and become a member at IndianaOwned.com. Use this link to visit Indiana.Gifts and receive 10% off at check out as a thank you for listening! https://indiana.gifts/discount/WISH22 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Locked On Red Sox - Daily Podcast On The Boston Red Sox
Zo & Bertrand Associate Producer Tyler Milliken Joins The Show!

Locked On Red Sox - Daily Podcast On The Boston Red Sox

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 40:29


Chris Sale won't be ready to start the 2022 MLB season for the Boston Red Sox, the team still has some holes to fill with Kyle Schwarber leaving for the Philadelphia Phillies, Freddie Freeman signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers and a need to make sure the bullpen does not get burnt out. Associate producer of "Zo & Bertrand" on 98.5 The Sports Hub joins NESN's Lauren Campbell and Massachusetts Pirates Team Insider Jake Ignaszewski as they discuss expectations for the Red Sox, Chris Sale's injury and how the departure of Eduardo Rodriguez will impact the starting rotation more than one may think. Follow us on Twitter! @lo_redsox & @lalalalaurrrren & @jakeiggy & @tylermilliken_ Support us by supporting our sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Career Paths With Teal
Small-World Connections, Big Career Dreams

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 40:59


Jennifer Bangoura is a huge believer in finding small-world connections wherever she is in life. Starting her professional life as an Art History and French major in college, she grew very interested in West Africa and later moved to Mali as a Peace Corps volunteer. While she was in Africa between Mali and Bamako, she fell in love with not only the man who would become her husband but also the pursuit of a career path in education. From schooling in Vermont to becoming a travel coordinator, to then working as a career services specialist, follow along as Jennifer recounts the fascinating story of her life up to the point where she is now: the Director of Career Innovation with Nexford University, as well as a consultant for the Future of Learning Fund in Africa.Connect with Jennifer:Twitter: https://twitter.com/jmbangouraLinkedIn: https://mw.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-bangouraNonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 202: Training for Shamrock Marathon Weekend, Carb-Loading Comfort Food, and Drinking Wine… Well, Sort Of…

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 55:42


SHOUT OUTS  Thank you to Joanne Blatchley, Associate Producer of our show.   Thank you to Josh Ozbirn, Executive Producer of the podcast, too!  We couldn't do it without you. Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last two years, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us.  We do our best to collect them throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Please send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Congratulations to JoJo, Jessica, and Kelly from the Runcation Nation for completing the Little Rock Half.  Jennifer Fink and Maria Miller did a Zoo 5K, too!  James Miller shared his San Joaquin Trail Half, too!  If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content, early access to episodes, and more, become a patron of the show!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more.   RUN   Bill and Kristina Craig, founders of Medal Chasers, have been on our show before.  We are big fans of running their virtual races as training runs to stay motivated during training season and support a great cause.  The “I'm With You 'Til The End of the Line” 5K, celebrating Winter Soldier, is from the Medal Chasers Anti-Hero series.  We wanted to have a themed short run as a final one ahead of our trip to Shamrock Marathon Weekend to run the 8K there and meet up with fellow podcasters and other members of the Runcation Nation.  We were so excited to do this race to support Shriners Hospital for Children.  As always, the bling did not disappoint.  Right now, there are some fun virtual races offered on their connected to Star Wars, Marvel, and more!         EAT   This week, we were in the mood for comfort food while at the same time wanting to stay true to our plant-based plan.  So, we used two of our favorite products to create a version of linguine bolognese.  The first comes from Banza, which is a chickpea pasta.  The second is Impossible, but it is not the plant-based burgers they are known for but the meat crumbles that combine with our favorite marinara to create a fantastic sauce.  Use your favorite marinara or make your own, and presto!  We even used our beverage in the recipe (link is also below).    Here are our Amazon Affiliate links to the products.  (Clicking them gives you access on Amazon, costs nothing extra, and if you order from them, you help support our podcast.):   Banza Linguine:  https://amzn.to/3hOOqWL  Impossible Linguine:  https://amzn.to/3hSsOJ4  Fre Merlot:  https://amzn.to/3MB2h12    We even topped it with a “parmesan” sprinkle that tasted amazing, thanks to a recipe from Cookie and Kate.   We have shared the recipe over on www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast.  So, if you'd like to recreate a fantastic carb-loading plant-based meal that you'd mistake for having real meat, check it out there!     DRINK   We share a non-alcoholic version of a cocktail we love this week, the Old Fashioned.  We got the recipe from www.frewines.com.  Who knew we could have a great-tasting wine that is non-alcoholic!?  And they make all kinds: red, white, blush, and bubbly, too!  We promised that this year we'd get more into wine.  And, we will get into the alcoholic kind after our challenge is over!  In the meantime, we share this recipe and our live review with you.  Of course, you can create a classic Old Fashioned with one of our favorite liquors, bourbon.  You can check out previous episodes where we sampled some great ones during our recent “runcations.”     THAT'S A WRAP!   Thank you for listening!  We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of your support!  Don't forget to follow us and tell us where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel.  Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!    

Career Paths With Teal
How a Life in Theater Birthed a Content and Branding Executive

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022 33:26


Lia Zneimer, now Head of Brand & Content Marketing at Teal, began her professional career in a totally different field. In college, she double majored in English and theater, then post-college she worked professionally in theater in New York. She loved her time doing that, but it was a tiring lifestyle, and she wanted something more stable financially. Through a great deal of self-reflection, she ended up stepping away from theater and moving toward something new—a complete 180° career shift. She found her way into public relations with Scholastic, and later stepped into a role assisting with social media responsibilities, due to the burgeoning new form of marketing social media was becoming at the time. She worked with Scholastic for four years, then ended up accepting a role with a startup called WeWork as a social media manager, where she grew through the next five years. Follow along with Lia as she describes the trajectory of her life into her current role at Teal from the initial whiplash of her complete career pivot over a decade ago.Connect with Lia: Twitter: https://twitter.com/liazneimerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/liazneimer/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liazneimerThe MarketHer website: https://themarkether.coThe MarketHer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.marketherNonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Career Paths With Teal
Finding Your Match in Your Career Journey

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 23:09


Lakshmi Rengarajan is fascinated by how people meet and get to know each other. First honing her people skills as a bartender, she later jumped on an opportunity and got a master's degree in marketing at her local college. Not too long after, inspired by the recent growth of online dating, she ended up creating her own company, which held singles events modeled after TED Talks. Through time and her unending dedication and commitment, Lakshmi has become an in-demand, professional people-connector at companies like WeWork and Match.com. In 2020, she launched a podcast of her own called Paired By the People, which looks at the modern dating landscape through the lens of the set-up. Connect with Lakshmi:Podcast: https://www.pairedbythepeople.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pairedbythepeople  Website: https://www.lakshmirengarajan.com/Nonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co

Career Paths With Teal
The Unexpected and Perfect Journey from Startups to Investing

Career Paths With Teal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 37:28


Emily Kramer has spent most of her life in the field of marketing. Through multiple marketing jobs—from her very first at an ad agency in San Francisco to roles at both startups (like Asana) and larger corporations (like Carta)—she realized her love for helping startups grow into flourishing companies. Emily also discovered she enjoyed hiring and building teams, which fit cleanly with her interest in investing in startups. Listen as Emily speaks about the amazing passage of her life leading up to her creation of MKT1, an advisement and investment company for startups.Connect with Emily: Twitter: https://twitter.com/emilykramerLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilykramerMKT1's website: https://www.mkt1.co/Nonlinear is presented by Teal and hosted by our Founder & CEO, Dave Fano. At Teal, we're building the first genuinely consumer-first platform to help people grow and manage their careers. Our goal is to empower people to land jobs they love with free tools that guide and automate the process. Learn more at tealhq.com. This podcast is produced by Rainbow Creative with Matthew Jones as Senior Producer and Drew MacPowell as Editor and Associate Producer. Find out more about how to create a podcast for you or your business at rainbowcreative.co