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My Business On Purpose
537: Lessons taken from Yellowstone

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 7:03


There's a hit show out right now called Yellowstone, and while I can't fully endorse it due to there being quite a bit of language and adult content, there have been some amazing quotes that have caused me to think. So... for the next several weeks I'm going to dive into some of these quotes and talk through their application to business and life. Good afternoon friends, Thomas Joyner with Business on Purpose here.  Ok, so why Yellowstone? Why pick a show that's basically a Wild West version of a soap opera? Instead of sarcastic words, using guns... Well, Because all of life is learning. And I feel like in watching it, I'm learning and using this stuff to make sure I'm not off-axis in any area of my life. That's why one of our core values here at BoP is Relentless learning. Because in every situation in life we want to listen first, process, and then learn and implement from that. So that's what we're going to do today. So... before the quote, some backstory in case you haven't watched it. Kayce, one of the main characters is haunted by his past and is trying to save his marriage. He takes a new job as livestock commissioner in helping the rural farmers and cattle ranchers in any way possible. He comes home one afternoon and his wife looks at him and says this. “You really love this new job don't you?” Kayce's response is what struck me. “I feel like for the first time I'm fighting for people. I like having somebody to fight for rather than something. When you fight for a thing, the thing doesn't care if you win or lose because the thing ain't alive. But when you fight for people, they care.” How powerful is that? “When you fight for people, they care.” I wonder what you're fighting for? When you look out over the next several years of business, what is it you want? And if you get it, can hold onto it, in your hands... do you think looking back that it will make you happy? Will you be satisfied? Or will you just kick the can further down the road knowing you missed the mark? Here's the interesting thing we've seen over the past several years. Money can't be that object. History is littered with people who made it financially and they are just as miserable today as they were 10 years ago. We have seen numerous businesses “make it”... doing more business than they ever thought and bringing home life-changing money. But... if the relationships in their business aren't sound, if all is not well at home, if their marriage is struggling, it may help, but it doesn't satisfy. Look at shows like Shark Tank. These billionaires sit in on these presentations just trying to add a few more millions to their portfolio because all they know how to do is add more. What if we flipped the script and started chasing after what we really want. And that's healthy relationships and equipping people.  Because you never sit with someone at their death bed and they say…”I wish I'd made more money in my life.” Or, “I wish I'd worked 5 more hours a week.” No! That never happens. People always wish they'd spent more time with the ones they loved most and invested in the people around them. So, what does that look like practically? Is it sitting down with your employees and hearing them out? Figuring out what their dreams are and help them achieve them? Is it planning some team days where you do speed dating or team day at the go-kart track to promote some laughter and community? Is there some serious work that needs to be done on the culture of your business so that your team knows you care about them? Do you forget birthdays/anniversaries, do you acknowledge big wins, and celebrate hard work? Or is your team just punching in and punching out, just waiting for the next Friday afternoon or next week-long holiday? You spend too much time at work to NOT invest in the people around you. That's why I love that quote, money, products, your business, it doesn't care if you win or lose... it's just a thing. But people... PEOPLE always care. So start fighting for the right things. So that years from now, you can look back and realize you were working for the right stuff all that time. So that when you see people succeed and success is lying in the palm of your hand you won't be wishing you fought for something else. People care if you fight for them... Man, that's good. Have a great week everyone!

Bop or Flop
30 ft. Max Palmer - Ep. 48

Bop or Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 87:27


Hello, it's me (Bop or Flop). After all these years, Adele has graced us with another numerical album and mama, we have thots. Joining us this week is Adele lover Max Palmer, who is someone who could definitely get away with wearing a teeny pair of sunglasses. Is Adele's album worth the wait? You'll have to tune in to find out.   @theehren @therealestsimon @boporfloppodcast

The Epstein Chronicles
The Fight for Transparency: The New York Times And Epstein

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:54


The New York Times sued the BOP for documents relating to Epstein's death and after a protracted battle, they came out on top. In this episode we dive into some of those documents as they pertain to Epstein's alleged suicide. (Commercial at 20:05)To contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10234303/Jeffrey-Epstein-used-days-alive-complaining-jumpsuit-treated-like-bad-guy.html

Beyond The Horizon
The Fight For Transparency: The New York Times And Epstein

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 37:54


The New York Times sued the BOP for documents relating to Epstein's death and after a protracted battle, they came out on top. In this episode we dive into some of those documents as they pertain to Epstein's alleged suicide. (Commercial at 20:05)To contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10234303/Jeffrey-Epstein-used-days-alive-complaining-jumpsuit-treated-like-bad-guy.html

F3 American Yammer
#10 Babybop

F3 American Yammer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 126:04


Babybop! What a GREAT HIM. Bop and YHC discussed all that there is to discuss about F3 and its impact on life. Bop is a true inspiration to anyone who decides that they want to do the hard thing. In this episode we discuss the Smurph Challenge, 75 hard, Jump Roping, and of course his full f3 story. Pax, as always, listen, like and share this episode. Aye! SYITG

Childz Play
Kidz Bop 33 - Lost Soggy Bottom Boys

Childz Play

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 56:41


It's time to rise up! Join the cult of a youthful boy! Take your time on your ride! Treat her better than he can! Look at Tinkerbell's dummy thicc ass! Alex prevents his own soggy bottom. Support Our Show on Patreon Please!! If you have a second, fill out this very short survey to help us define our demographic for potential advertisers. We need money!!! It'll take literally two minutes!! Thank You!!   Check out our partner shows on the Missing Sock Network! And follow the Network on Instagram too. Follow Childz Play on Instagram and Twitter, and follow R. Alex Murray right now! Check Out our Merch and Keep On Boppin!

writing class radio
116: How Do You Fulfill a Promise When You're Stuck in Prison?

writing class radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 34:07


This is the second episode in a 10-part series inspired by the people Allison Langer taught memoir writing, in a men's prison. You will hear stories her former students wrote after taking her class and stories from other incarcerated or formerly incarcerated people around the world.To help us get this right, Xaire has agreed to co-host the series with us. Xaire is a poet, singer-songwriter, actor, and teacher who teaches writing and poetry to kids in the foster care system and kids caught up in a detention center. THIS MUST BE SAID: We don't mean to sensationalize crime or someone who breaks the law. Airing these stories is in no way meant to take anything away from the victims of violent crime. Instead, we want to share stories, because we believe that stories lead to understanding. And if there's something we need more of these days, it's understanding. On this episode, you will hear one of our favorite stories by one of Allison's favorite people: Clifton Jones AKA 2-Tall. 2-Tall's story is about legacy and more specifically, about the promise he made to his mom and to himself. (If you'd like to follow along, see entire story at the bottom of the show notes.)You will also meet Chris Wilson who spent 16 years in prison. Chris is an entrepreneur, activist, and author of The Master Plan. Allison sent 2-Tall The Master Plan, so he could read his powerful words. For more Chris, listen to his Stoop Story. Chris talks about how his traumatic childhood and a life sentence led him to turn his life around and ultimately, help others.Writing Class Radio is produced by Allison Langer, Andrea Askowitz, Xaire, and by Matt Cundill and Evan Surminski of the Sound Off Media Company. Music by Xaire, Koi, Marnino Toussaint, Amadians.There's more writing class on our website, writingclassradio.com: including video classes, essays to study, and editing resources. If you love the lessons you get on each episode, you can get them ALL in one place--our three-part video series--for $50. Click Video Classes on our website.If you want to be a part of the movement that helps people better understand each other through storytelling, follow us on Patreon. For $10/month Andrea will answer all your publishing questions. For $25/month you can join Allison's First Draft weekly writers group, where you can write and share your work every Tuesday 12-1 (ET). www.Patreon.com/writingclassradio.A new episode will drop every other WEDNESDAY. So look for us. There's no better way to understand ourselves and each other, than by writing and sharing our stories. Everyone has a story. What's yours?This series is dedicated to Luis Aracena. You are missed and loved. May you rest in peace.The Making of My Unbreakable PromiseBy Clifton K. Jones (AKA 2-Tall) Down on one knee, everything around me that hadn't disappeared was muffled and seemed to be moving in slow motion. I felt like a block of ice drifting on a frozen lake. I was stunned. I didn't know how long I had been kneeling in the middle of my cell, but it felt like hours. I forced myself to sand and realized that I had been holding my breath. I composed myself enough to stop my hands from shaking. Looking down, I could see the words glowing mockingly from my tablet on the floor. I roared into the darkness. It was after 11pm, so the cell lights were off. Guys were either sleeping or bundled up in sweaters or jackets in the day room playing dominos, talking shit, or watching a late night movie on Bounce.My roommate was among the TV watchers, so I had the cell door pulled closed with a towel over the cell door window to block inquisitive eyes and signal to my roommate that I was busy. The one thing I feared the most had materialized. I had lost my QUEEN (mother). She was gone. I thought about the last phone conversation I had with her, only days before. My mother had cried, and that was rare. I can count the times I'd seen Mrs. Francis cry. Standing at a towering six feet, Mrs. Francis was a true amazon and she wore it well. Both beauty and amazon, my mother was understanding and caring, but she didn't play games. On countless occasions, I can remember walking into our apartment in Bradenton's page projects to find some unkempt stranger, an old friend who had fallen on bad times or was strung out on drugs. They would be at our smoke grey glass dinner table eating a healthy plate of yellow rice and turkey necks, buttered cornbread and sweet peas or leftover over baked macaroni and cheese, BBQ chicken and Hungry Jack biscuits. Everyone would be laughing and drinking and listening to Otis Redding or Barry White. Like clockwork, one of my three uncles would pop in to rile my mother calling out her childhood nickname, “Hey Tocka Head,” and then head straight for the kitchen. As soon as my mother heard the lid on a pot being removed, she'd scream, “If you don't get out of my damn pot without washing your dirty ass hands, boy I know something.” Mrs. Frances always said whatever was on her mind, so there was never much back talk. It was well known that my mother could curse the clouds out of the sky when she was pissed off. She'd lay down the law on man, woman and child if something didn't sit well with her. Especially if it was in regards to me or those she cared for. When I was eight years old, my mother, uncles, and some family friends were having a small get together. Kool and the Gang was booming on the speakers on the porch. All of us kids were playing Pac-man on the Atari, eating apple Now and Laters, Funyuns rings and drinking blue cream Nehi sodas. I don't remember exactly what jumped it off, only that it was in regard to my baby cousin, Jessica who my mom adored. Jessica's mom was good and drunk and my mother was not having it. She threw her sister Sharon through the screen door like a scene out of a western bar fight. How could she be gone? If my young mind could have registered the real consequences of stepping through that back door of the KFC with a snub nose 38 jammed into the small of my friend's back as he pretended to take out the trash, I would've run back to high school, basketball practice, or the recording studio with a new attitude and a respect for what life was really about. I would have made a different decision if I could have foreseen that one night I would be kneeling in a cold, dark cell trying to process a message that said my mother was dead. Gone before I could give her the keys to the house I promised to buy her when I was eleven years old.Instead, the prospect of what I thought would be a few thousand dollars to party with on my birthday lead me to squander the experience of sharing the gift of life with the woman who had given me so much of herself. She never got to see me be the person she knew I could be. So far, I had failed her and myself. There was no way I would allow the story of my life to end like this. Wherever great mothers go, I was going to make sure she would be able to say, ‘I told you he would do it.' and rest proudly. In our last conversation, my mother got on the topic of how she wouldn't be here forever and what to do if something should happen to her. I brushed it off and tried to change the subject like always. “Woman, you're not going anywhere.” This time, she stayed serious and on topic. “If I leave here boy, don't you start acting crazy.” “Ma.” “No, listen to me,” her voice thickened by emotions. “You do what you need to get your behind out of there. Promise me that if I leave here you're gonna get out of that place and live your life. And don't worry about me. I'll be with your sister, your grandfather, your aunty Cat, Angelo and my mother.” “I got you, Ma, I promise.” And I meant it.Looking around the dark cell, it felt strange thinking that my mom really wasn't here anymore. It didn't feel real. With mixed emotions, I left the cell to call my mother's husband. Rod had been a part of our lives for over 20 years. We were cool, but it hadn't always been good. As a family, we shared a history littered with frayed love and struggles. I witnessed him stand against anybody deemed a threat to my mother. Yet, I remember going into the kitchen one night and grabbing a butcher knife, because I heard him hit my mother. I was eleven and I never forgot this. I could hear the tears in his voice when he picked up the phone. I understood his hurt, his loss, and everything else I can't formulate into words. Calming himself, he recounted the details that lead up to him riding in the back of the ambulance with my mother before she passed, and her leaving a message telling me not to start acting up. Even in her final moments, she was more concerned about my wellbeing than her own. In a zone, I walked laps around the dorm listening to Tupac—Hold Your Head—on my MP3 player. I had to stay focused and away from people. I knew I was one wrong word away from doing who knows what. But I also knew that if I made good decisions, my time would come. In 1996, I was convicted of robbery with a firearm and three counts of kidnapping that I committed with three childhood friends when I was eighteen. I was given four life sentences on my first criminal offense, while my three co-defendants were allowed to go free without serving a day. That left a sour taste in my mouth, and in crucial moments such as this, I get frustrated because I feel alone and betrayed. I just want to say “Fuck it.” Then I remind myself that it's on me not to give up on my life, my dreams. To one day cross the stage at the Grammys, amongst the greats, and pay homage to the woman who rooted for me, no matter what. Only now, circumstances had transformed my dream into an unbreakable promise. I stopped at Bop's cell and put my face to the glass. He waved his hand in the darkness to let me know that he was awake. Stepping outside, he immediately asked what was wrong. Maybe it was the look on my face. I explained without going into detail what I was going through and to stop me from doing anything I would regret. With time standing still, I continued to pace and think. I knew without a doubt I would fulfill my promise to my mom, Mrs. Frances Andrew McNair.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

My Business On Purpose
534: Step 3- Personal Prep for 2022

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 7:22


6 weeks left in 2021! Supply chain issues everywhere, in-laws on the way in town next week, presents to order for Christmas! Take a deep breath, carve out some time for some Personal Prep for 2022. Good morning everyone, Thomas Joyner with Business on Purpose here. Two weeks ago, we talked about tweaking and refining your Vision for your business. Last week we looked over your finances and built out a budget for next year. Today, we tackle some personal things in life you need to have a grasp on before moving on, along with a very important conversation with whoever shares your home.  So let's not waste any time, let's dive right on in! The first thing you need to make sure you are ready for is with a few simple Estate Planning items. A few years ago Scott sat in the Mikkelson Law conference room and told them the truth…” clients have NO IDEA of what they need when it comes to Estate Planning, and they get even more confused when they walk into an Attorney's office.  Can we build something that makes Estate Planning clear?” They built a powerful tool that allows you to get the conversation started with your Estate Planning Attorney. Here is the tool and how it works. For key leaders and other employees who do not own the business, they should begin by looking at and discussing the two columns on the left side.   For business owners, you begin looking at the 3 columns on the right side to begin the conversation with your Attorney. Ask them, “what do I need” and they can use this tool to put an Estate Plan together for you. It is simple, it's easy to understand, and ready-made. So if you already have your will, your power of attorney, but just want a copy of this, please let me know and I'd be happy to send to you. Estate Planning can feel a bit like going to the Dentist, you know you need to, but you don't like it.  Please schedule time, and don't put this off.  Estate Planning is an important part of your 2022 PREP for both your home and your business. The next piece of prep work to dive into is all based around Insurance. I sat in with Landon Papay of Papay Allstate AGency and asked a similar question. Insurance is so nuanced, but this document is at least a starting point, so you can know what to ask your particular insurance agent about. Everything from personal lines, life insurance, accident plans, and Key Employee Life can be discussed, but you need a starting point. Schedule your call with your insurance provider today or get in touch with us and we can connect you to ones we use. Lastly, We want you to have a conversation we like to call the Financial Barn! The financial barn is a conversation WORTH having. It's powerful to connect and dream a bit about what the next year will hold.  Here is how it will work. Get out a blank sheet of paper and a pen, and begin drawing out a stick figure Barn. Don't get crazy, it's intentionally going to be simple.  In a very BOP-like way, let's go ahead and address the elephant in the room…”What if I don't WANT to have this conversation with my spouse or partner?” Seriously, if that is you, then we as a BOP team are asking you to come speak to your Coach directly for advice and a plan. The number one reason for the breaking up of relationships is a lack of communication about finances. Remember, we care about you as much personally as we care about your business. Start adding in rooms to the barn. Living expenses, rent or mortgage, giving, tithe, college fund, 401k, vacation...everything you plan on putting money towards next year and a dollar amount next to it! Now add those numbers up to see what you need to earn to reach your goal. Is it reasonable? Is it attainable? So many people just earn and earn and earn and don't tell their money where it needs to go. If you go over, you can be incredibly generous, knowing you hit your goal. Let's get on the same page financially in your own home and it will be a powerful jolt for the financial health of your business and family too! So those are the 3 areas to knock out before the end of the year. Estate Planning, Insurance Planning and the Financial barn. Stop what you're doing and do it right now! Set up meetings with professionals and a time to discuss your home with your spouse or whoever shares your home. It's that powerful and that worth it. As always, let us know if we can help! Have a great week and a great thanksgiving! We have much to be thankful for.

Beyond The Horizon
The BOP Is A Disaster

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 38:45


The BOP is a disaster. Let's dive in and talk about it. To contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://apnews.com/article/new-york-jeffrey-epstein-new

P-Car Talk Podcast
HSR, LMDh, IPO and BOP| 154

P-Car Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 47:29


We went to HSR this past weekend and tell you what you missed. LMDh is coming quick with it being projected on track in the next 14 months. The IPO didn't happen and why it was good thing. Ferrari made a public announcement saying that their BOP was to much.  This show was supported by our Patreon members - Executive Producers - Brandon J, Scott H, Matt G, Matt M, Eric A, Brian R, Sean H, Robert G, Niki F, Todd  M , Aaron L, Richard P, Robert W, Rey L, Sharon C and Santiago H Go to Patreon.com/PcarTalk to become an Executive Producer

Childz Play
Kidz Bop 2022 - Salami Garage

Childz Play

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 61:28


CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains dark humor concerning suicide. If that's not something you want to hear, skip the section from 16:00 - 22:30. It feels like we've heard a lot of new Kidz Bop this year, but Kidz Bop 2022 is the only main canonical album to have been released. And boy, could you believe that today's pop artists are just as sad as we are? Join us as we track the rise of Olivia Rodrigo, the fall of a beloved icon, and finally...go out with a bang! Alex makes like RHCP, and finds a bridge. No Children - The Mountain Goats Drivers License Music Video Butter Music Video Good 4 U Music Video Support Our Show on Patreon Check out our partner shows on the Missing Sock Network! And follow the Network on Instagram too. Follow Childz Play on Instagram and Twitter, and follow R. Alex Murray right now! Check Out our Merch and Keep On Boppin!

Bad On Paper
Grace Bonney on her New Book, Design Sponge, and Career Changes!

Bad On Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 67:40


This week we interviewed Grace Bonney, founder of Design Sponge to talk about her new book, Collective Wisdom! We learn how she got to where she is today, what inspired her to write a book about women over 50, how she found the women featured in her book, and the interviews that had the greatest impact on her.   We also talk about Design Sponge, how it felt to close it down on her terms, and her thoughts on going back to school as an adult!    Follow Grace Bonney Instagram - @grace__bonney & @designsponge Collective Wisdom: Lessons, Inspiration, and Advice from Women over 50   Instagram Obsessions Grace - @designsponge Becca - @nanowrimo   Obsessions  Grace - Nest Pumpkin Chai Candle Becca - Aerie The Sweat Waffle Crew Neck Sweatshirt   What we've read this week The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt Always, in December by Emily Stone   November Book Club Pick: Ghosts by Dolly Alderton   Sponsors: Night - Use the code NIGHTBOP for 20% off sitewide at discovernight.com Prose - Go to prose.com/BOP for your free in-depth hair quiz and 15% off your first order ZocDoc - Zocdoc: go to zocdoc.com/bop to sign up for free and find a top-rated doctor   Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more!   Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily!   Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.

Box Office Pulp | Film Analysis, Movie Retrospectives, Commentary Tracks, Comedy, and More

Cheers from beyond the grave, folks! William S. Castle, Jr. here, warning you of the latest advancement in spook technology destined to turn the podCastle world upside-down! You may THINK you've seen the 2001 remake of my beloved Thir13en Ghosts, but you can't call yourself a cinephile until you've experienced it in COMMENT-O-SCOPE. Do you dare listen to this BOP n' A Tragedy commentary track, as your thr3e hosts explore their love/hate/love relationship with Scott Beck's disorienting cult classic? Some say this haunted house ride of a film paved the road that Dark Castle and others would follow for a decade, but can YOU walk the same path, dodging knife-wielding beauties, plus-sized babies, and spasming Matthew Lillards? The faint of heart need not worry, though, if the secrets of the Black Zodiac are too much for you, just press the "PANIC" button on your seat, and you'll be escorted to our NPR Corner, where you can listen to harmless shows more befitting a... well, I'M not going to say it! Now where is that skeleton waiter with my vodka and boo-bon? Avoid The Hammer, The Jackal, and The Juggernaut by downloading now! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulp Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stpr Amazon Podcasts:https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7c11ff8b-2875-454d-8770-8b1d36d04b52

fred and walk in the house music
KINGS OF RIMINI IMPULSO ESTIVO

fred and walk in the house music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 86:36


MIX 1 N-Sync - close the door - BOP original mix Astrotrax - the Energy - Astrotrax Master vocal mix 808 State - Pacific 212 - Justin Strauss remix Backbeat convention - shake my sugar - A shot of Dub Gwen McCrae - keep the fire burning - Roger Sanchez Underground network Dub Ivan DBri - house music is born Clubland - love strain 92 - David Morales lost in Dub Soft House Company - a little piano & what U need MIX 2 Full Freedom - love affair Johnick - Magic - Maurice Joshua Libellula - crazy keys - Nu ground foundation classic edit Round one - I'm your brother Black Rascals - keeping my mind - vocal mix Danell Dixon - dance dance - DJ Spen re-edit

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
An 80s nostalgia-fest with Molly Ringwald and Rob Lowe

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 65:51


Our recent episode about happiness and nostalgia prompted a lot of listener feedback. Since people seemed to really enjoy our chat with 80s star Rob Lowe, we thought it would be fun to bring you an appropriate episode of Literally! With Rob Lowe. In this edition of his podcast, Rob talks to fellow 80s icon Molly Ringwald. Find out what magazine reigns supreme (Bop! or Time), how a cowboy hat could have transformed The Breakfast Club, and what supervillain Molly would play in a film! (Contains adult language). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Weekend Jazz Meetup
Weekend Jazz Meetup #224(前半)

Weekend Jazz Meetup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 42:48


10月23日(土)前半にお届けした作品: 1 Nobuki Takamen #高免信喜 / Jimi's Swing(2012年のアルバム「Three Wishes」から) 2 Daiki Yasukagawa #安ヵ川大樹 / D's Bop(2021年のアルバム「Double Rainbow」から) 3 Miho Nobuzane #信実美穂 / Simple Words ~ For A While (Chorinho Medley Pt. 1 & 2)(2014年のアルバム「Simple Words (Jazz Loves Brazil)」から) 4 Satoshi … Continue reading →

Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show!
Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show! 10.19.21

Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 182:10


76. It's a real 50's rock n' roll party here on the "Go Kat, GO!" radio program! Tuesday night are all right with the Aztec Werewolf™, DJ Del Villarreal in control! Delivering a red hot selection of vintage & modern rockabilly sounds -we're grooving to the latest LP from Swedish/Danish combo The Kokomo Kings, "A Drive-By Love Affair" -out NOW on Rhythm Bomb Records, we're wishing Mellows fellow Colton Turner a very "Happy Birthday" this evening, racin' round the turntable with the great new 45 from Laura Rebel Angel (Screamin' Rebel Angels), spend some quality time with Mike Bell & The Belltones new Goofin' 45, scratch our needle up against Brian Setzer's latest platter "Gotta Have The Rumble", ramble in the graveyard (!) with Nashville's Royal Hounds, pay homage to the Lustre Kings' latest full length platter "Still The King" and have quite a time with Germany's All Hat No Cattle! Always the finest roots rockin' music for you to enjoy on "Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show!" -good to the last BOP!™

My Business On Purpose
526: Is Your Business Making An Impact?

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 7:11


Hey, y'all! Brent Perry with Business on Purpose. Let's talk about the impact your business is making. And today, I'm not talking about the goods or services or products that your company offers. I am talking about the impact you are making in your communities.  Recently I was reading an article from Cumberland Bussiness.com. They had a few things to say about local businesses… First, they said that “Not only are local businesses important for creating a culture for the community, but they also build connections and relationships with the people.” Now, you know at business on purpose, our radar goes off when we hear or see the word culture. We love it. We created an entire culture calendar for teams knowing how important it is for the health and success of a business.  It's also important to talk about the connections and relationships with the people. Not only is this beneficial to you and your business, think of the pipeline for your leads and potential new hires.  But business-to-business connections can be an important aspect for long-term success... such as referrals from other business owners.  The article also goes on to say that “Small businesses impact their communities in a variety of ways, from interpersonal relationships to local government to the economy.” Whether you know it or not, your business is likely making an impact already in your community. Even if you haven't been intentional about it, it's happening. Now the amount of impact and the kind of impact you are making is really up to you.  Before I came to work with Business on Purpose, I was working for a local business based out of Columbia, TN. Last year, 2020, with the Pandemic in full swing, kids who were able to be back at school were not able to use the water fountains at school. And all the drink machines had been suspended due to the spread.  As a company, they raised money, pitched in and WireMasters donated over 533 cases of water bottles to the Maury County school system... it was over 15,000 bottles of water.  You want to talk about a positive impact on the community. The outpour of gratitude and news coverage and thank you's from kids and parents were incredibly high. And this is just 1 of many examples we could share from our experiences and our clients experiences from BOP.  So, is there anything you can do to be more intentional about the impact you are having? Absolutely.. Here are a few ideas if you are looking to impact your communities through your business. These ideas come from The Chalmers Center's Economic Development Lab who invited our team to a conference call this past week.    Give employees 2-3 days a yearly r of paid time to volunteer in the community, either individually or as a staff. Make time for staff to share their experiences. Companies that have done this have watched it transform their culture!   Pursue a workforce as diverse as your community at every level   Create community among employees. Host an annual event for employees and their families. Track work anniversaries and birthdays, and acknowledge these.    Invite employees to give monthly to create a general fund that is matched by the business and that is used to care for team members who encounter unexpected circumstances. Create a small team of employees to be on the lookout for needs and discern when those funds are given.  Let's make a difference! Thanks for listening.  If you haven't done so already, subscribe to our Podcast, and/or our YouTube channel.

My Business On Purpose
526: Is Your Business Making An Impact?

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 7:11


Hey, y'all! Brent Perry with Business on Purpose. Let's talk about the impact your business is making. And today, I'm not talking about the goods or services or products that your company offers. I am talking about the impact you are making in your communities.  Recently I was reading an article from Cumberland Bussiness.com. They had a few things to say about local businesses… First, they said that “Not only are local businesses important for creating a culture for the community, but they also build connections and relationships with the people.” Now, you know at business on purpose, our radar goes off when we hear or see the word culture. We love it. We created an entire culture calendar for teams knowing how important it is for the health and success of a business.  It's also important to talk about the connections and relationships with the people. Not only is this beneficial to you and your business, think of the pipeline for your leads and potential new hires.  But business-to-business connections can be an important aspect for long-term success... such as referrals from other business owners.  The article also goes on to say that “Small businesses impact their communities in a variety of ways, from interpersonal relationships to local government to the economy.” Whether you know it or not, your business is likely making an impact already in your community. Even if you haven't been intentional about it, it's happening. Now the amount of impact and the kind of impact you are making is really up to you.  Before I came to work with Business on Purpose, I was working for a local business based out of Columbia, TN. Last year, 2020, with the Pandemic in full swing, kids who were able to be back at school were not able to use the water fountains at school. And all the drink machines had been suspended due to the spread.  As a company, they raised money, pitched in and WireMasters donated over 533 cases of water bottles to the Maury County school system... it was over 15,000 bottles of water.  You want to talk about a positive impact on the community. The outpour of gratitude and news coverage and thank you's from kids and parents were incredibly high. And this is just 1 of many examples we could share from our experiences and our clients experiences from BOP.  So, is there anything you can do to be more intentional about the impact you are having? Absolutely.. Here are a few ideas if you are looking to impact your communities through your business. These ideas come from The Chalmers Center's Economic Development Lab who invited our team to a conference call this past week.    Give employees 2-3 days a yearly r of paid time to volunteer in the community, either individually or as a staff. Make time for staff to share their experiences. Companies that have done this have watched it transform their culture!   Pursue a workforce as diverse as your community at every level   Create community among employees. Host an annual event for employees and their families. Track work anniversaries and birthdays, and acknowledge these.    Invite employees to give monthly to create a general fund that is matched by the business and that is used to care for team members who encounter unexpected circumstances. Create a small team of employees to be on the lookout for needs and discern when those funds are given.  Let's make a difference! Thanks for listening.  If you haven't done so already, subscribe to our Podcast, and/or our YouTube channel.

Publishing Secrets
Candy Arrington: This Waiting Season

Publishing Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 39:48


In this episode, you'll also hear:How Candy came to write and publish a book dealing with a very difficult subject, despite people telling her a publisher wouldn't want to pick it upHow God orchestrated an opportunity for Candy that she could never have planned on her ownWhat Candy has learned about waiting well – and why waiting doesn't have to be negativeHow to tell if you have enough material to write a book rather than an articleTips on blogging consistentlyCandy's advice for the writer who wants to land a publishing deal BIO:Candy Arrington is a writer, blogger, and speaker. She frequently writes on the topics of faith, health, personal growth, and methods for moving through, and beyond, challenging life circumstances. Candy's publishing credits include other nonfiction books, including Life on Pause: Learning to Wait Well, and hundreds of articles and stories in numerous print and online outlets including: Focus on the Family, AriseDaily.com, Inspiration.org, CBN.com, Healthgrades.com, Care.com, NextAvenue.org, CountryLiving.com, and Writer's Digest.Candy gains writing inspiration from vintage photographs, historic architecture, nature, and the application of scripture to everyday life. She enjoys teaching at writing conferences, guiding writers in how to best craft their ideas to experience publishing success.Candy and her husband, Jim, live in upstate South Carolina and love their roles as Glam-Glam and Bop to their three precious grandchildren. GET CONNECTED:Website: https://candyarrington.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/candyneelya/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CandyArringtonFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Arrington.Author EPISODE SPONSOR: The Connect & Convert Content ClubSound familiar? You know how important it is to build an author platform BUT you're struggling! Deep down, you just want to glorify God, write, connect with your readers, and earn a comfortable living... NOT be stuck in a never-ending cycle of planning, researching, and creating content! Right? Then how would you like to have amazing, fresh, new, and engaging content EVERY MONTH yet NEVER have to worry about marketing again? It IS Possible!The Connect & Convert was created to relieve stress, save time, and help non-fiction Authors and Aspiring authors build a brand and following quickly - a following is that willing to invest in their book and the next step - a course, bible study, coaching program, or consultation.Ready to really connect with your audience and create a bigger impact? Click the link below to get started:https://265point.com/contentclub

Childz Play
Kidz Bop 32 - Every Casa Is My Casa

Childz Play

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 62:05


It's a wacky one y'all. The boys are delirious and overjoyed to get an album with a couple treasured jams despite the obligatory turds in the punchbowl. Watch your balls, they might get tapped.  Alex and Adam entertain guests.  Support Our Show on Patreon Check out our partner shows on the Missing Sock Network! And follow the Network on Instagram too. Follow Childz Play on Instagram and Twitter, and follow R. Alex Murray right now! Check Out our Merch and Keep On Boppin!

Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show!
Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show! 10.13.21

Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 182:33


77.  Bringing 3 hours of the finest roots-rockin' music to your ears each & every Wednesday nite, it's DJ Del VIllarreal's "Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show! Good to the last BOP!™

Sorry I'm Not Sorry Podcast

Bop it taught little boys how to masturbate! Apple Podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sorr…st/id1124716012 Soundcloud: @sinspodcast iHeartRadio: www.iheart.com/podcast/966-sorry…t-sorry-28865836/ Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/3enQkFLZPS9i96ZK1PnfUW March: eracepodcastnetwork.threadless.com/designs…black-1 Email: eracenetwork@gmail.com info@sinspodcast.com Twitter: @DEP_SINS @itzholle @SINS_Podcast Instagram: @DEP_SINS @itzholle @SINSpodcast ***DISCLAIMER: Some of the music and sounds played on Sorry Im Not Sorry Podcast are not copyrighted by Sorry Im Not Sorry Podcast or the EraceNetwork***

Snæbjörn talar við fólk
#0074 Hörður Ágústsson

Snæbjörn talar við fólk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 237:28


S01E74   – Hörður Ágústsson er stofnandi Maclands, tveggja dætra faðir og mikill græjukarl. Hann er sannur viðgerðarmaður, gerir við græjur og vill einnig gera við vandamálin í lífinu. Nú reynir hann þó að venja sig af því að gera alltaf við og leyfa sér frekar að vera bara ekki góður öðru hvoru. Hörður hefur unnið mikið í sjálfum sér og talar hér umbúðalaust um ýmsa bresti í sínu eigin fari í gegnum árin og hvernig hann reynir í dag að forðast að verða þrothringnum að bráð. Til dæmis safnar hann körfuboltamyndum og dreymir um að flytja aftur til útlanda þar sem hann hefur næði til að vera einungis eitt lítið sandkorn á stórri strönd. Gott spjall.      – Síminn Pay býður upp á STVF. Þessa vikuna eru allar skálar frá kóreska kjúklingastaðnum KORE á einungis 1.000,- kr! Hvort sem þú vilt kjúkling, Oumph eða blómkálsskál finnur þú Bop skál við hæfi á KORE í Síminn Pay appinu.    – Sjóvá býður upp á STVF. Fáðu tilboð í tryggingarnar sem þú þarft á heimasíðunni sjova.is og settu allar tryggingarnar þínar á einn stað.    – Omnom býður upp á STVF. Snæbjörn heldur að möndluplatan sé jafnvel betri en lakkrísinn. Omminomminomm.    – Hljóðkirkjan býður upp á 5 þætti í viku. Dómsdagur á mánudögum, Draugar fortíðar á miðvikudögum, Snæbjörn talar við fólk á fimmtudögum, Besta platan á föstudögum og Listamenn á laugardögum.

Bad On Paper
Casey Balsham on Infertility, Zoom Comedy, and her First Standup Set!

Bad On Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 67:46


This week, we're chatting with our friend and standup comedian, Casey Basham! We talk about how we met, how she got into standup comedy, and how she adjusted to doing comedy in the pandemic! We also dive into her comedy about fertility, how people have received it, how it has become a cathartic outlet for her, and her special INCONCEIVABLE filming on October 26! We also talk about Grace's Vienna trip, Becca's sweater-knitting project, and everything we've been reading the past week! Follow Casey @casefaceb on Instagram The Shady Shit Podcast Inconceivable on October 26 at 7 pm at the Triad Theater   Obsessions Becca - Knitting her Sweater!  Grace - Yacht Rock Revue What we've read Goodnight Beautiful by Aimee Molloy Little Secrets by Jennifer Hillier The Perfect Find by Tia Williams Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling October Book: A Special Place for Women by Laura Hankin Sponsors: Better Help - Go to betterhelp.com/badonpaper for 10% off your first month Olive & June - Go to oliveandjune.com/bop and use code BOP for 20% off your first manicure system Everlywell - Go to everlywell.com/bop for 20% off your at-home lab test Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.

Bop or Flop
In These Silent Days ft. Luke Miller - Ep. 44

Bop or Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 56:07


Not Simon watching ep. 6 of Squid Games, sobbing uncontrollably and forgetting to upload the podcast!? Uff, that's a toughie. This week, the boys are joined by another Bop or Flop "friend of the pod" Luke Miller (prev. of King Princess fame) to discuss Brandi Carlile's new album. And mama, can she sing? Chills.   @theehren @therealestsimon @boporfloppodcast

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast
161. Getting to the Good Part

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 59:44


“Superfudge,” chapters 1-2. Back to Judy Blume, y'all! Jody and Alison discuss this treasured children's novel featuring Pee-tah, Fudge, and… Tamara Roxanne?! Alison paints a picture of 1980 events and affairs (lots of Cold War shenanigans), while Jody recaps the movies, TV, and music of the new decade (Paul McCartney's Coming Up is a BOP.) Over in Fudge-land, there's a new Hatcher baby and Fudge is PISSED. Peter saves the day when Tootsie goes missing. Sheila is the same ol' Sheila. It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!

Bad On Paper
Some More Personal Thoughts On Burnout

Bad On Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 76:11


After our episode with Anne Helen Petersen about burnout, we realized that we also have a lot to say on the subject and wanted to do a follow-up episode about our own experiences with burnout. If you haven't listened to our episode with Anne Helen Petersen, you can listen here. We talk about our experiences with burnout both professionally and personally, burnout guilt,and some recent realizations about “having it all”. We also talk about our personal tips to improve burnout, what we do to check in with ourselves, and how we set boundaries to prevent even more burnout! Grace also shares details from her 40th birthday bash, Becca talks about getting back into routines, and more!  Our Burnout Resources There's a Name for the Blah You're Feeling: It's Called Languishing Practical Frameworks for Beating Burnout Obsessions The Americans  Dolce Vita Paily Heels Only Murders in the Building Clickbait  What we've read Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover Goodnight Beautiful by Aimee Molloy The Perfect Find by Tia Williams October Book: A Special Place for Women by Laura Hankin Sponsors: Night - Use the code NIGHTBOP for 20% off sitewide at discovernight.com Prose - Go to prose.com/BOP for your free in-depth hair quiz and 15% off your first order ZocDoc - Zocdoc: go to zocdoc.com/bop to sign up for free and find a top-rated doctor Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.

Childz Play
Kidz Bop 31 - Rage Against the Renegade

Childz Play

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 54:23


Put that sweet moped seat between your legs, and don't worry about falling off...we'll get you stitches in no time. On Kidz Bop 31, we handle the downer at the party, the futility of rebellion, and the problem with confidence. Alex assesses the world around him ; Adam entertains the kids Support Our Show on Patreon Check out our partner shows on the Missing Sock Network! And follow the Network on Instagram too. Follow Childz Play on Instagram and Twitter, and follow R. Alex Murray right now! Check Out our Merch and Keep On Boppin!

My Business On Purpose
521: Six Questions to ask your team about Culture

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 8:45


Scott touched on it and really hammered it home. Culture is NOT an Accident. It's fought for, cultivated, intentional, curated, and tangible.  About a year ago, we were looking to expand our coaching staff and I stuck my neck out for a buddy. He began the interview process, which is lengthy, sat in on some coaching calls and team meetings, went through our Vision Story and I'll never forget when he called me and said, “Y'alls culture is ridiculous. I can literally feel it when I'm on the phone with anyone at BoP.”  Now the point of that is not to brag on us. We do have a great team, but it's to say that culture should be felt by all who come in contact with you. It should be what you hear when you're standing in line at a restaurant and overhear someone mention your business. It's that feeling all your employees have when they step inside your building. And it's the feeling left for your clients after they work with you. Now, we've spoken about what Culture is a ton, but I want to clear up, before this next bit, what Culture is NOT. Culture is NOT: 100% 5-star reviews That's external. There are too many miserable people out there who go out of their way to nitpick every little thing and have nothing better to do with their days than tell the world about only getting two pumps of peppermint in their coffee instead of the 3 they ordered. You can't measure culture solely off of what reviews are. Culture is NOT: More vacation days   Yes, that's a part of it. Right, we rest AFTER we're exhausted. We take turns running and running and running until we hit empty and then foolishly try to figure out a way to get back to a full tank. In reality, we run from ½ a tank to Empty all day instead of being proactive and RUnning between full and ½ a tank. Culture is proactive! Culture is NOT: A finished product. It's not an arrival. There's no app that you can type in the destination and arrive. No, it's fluid. It's constantly shifting. As soon as a new project starts, you know what, you have to fight to protect it. As soon as a new client shows up, you have to lean on it.  But the moment you think you have arrived, you're one step away from the culture you worked so hard to build crumbling and falling apart.  So today... we're going to answer some questions internally. I'm going to ask you all to be honest. If you have a great culture? YES!!! Awesome, what are the little tweaks to make it better. If you have a crappy culture? Be honest. Forget people's birthdays? Work too many hours? Burn out your team? Are y'all angry at each other? Do you shout back and forth? Do you do the least amount of work possible? Do people sulk around when asked to help?  I don't know, but it starts with being honest. So let's have an open conversation. Before we dive into questions for you I want to highlight something we've built that I'd like for us all to build before the end of the year. We call it our Culture Calendar. EXPLAIN: We've realized that without writing it down, planning it out, and being highly intentional, our culture fails.  -Team Meetings -Retreats -Birthdays -Onboarding/continued learning calls -Vision days quarterly EVERYTHING WE FEEL WE NEED TO DO TO BUILD THE CULTURE WE WANT So what needs to go on your culture calendar. I'm going to go quickly through these questions. There's no way to digest all of these questions in the 10 min we have, so write them down and maybe use your team meetings to ask one question a week for 6 weeks. Tackle them together and build the culture you want to be a part of. I'll give you about 2 minutes to chat amongst your team, but come back to these questions, as we have, and figure out how to implement in your business!      1. What is our culture today?      2. How would our last 5 clients describe working with us??      3. What do we do year-round to ensure we're building a positive culture that people want to be a part of?                a. Again, look back at our content calendar…                b. Team Meetings, Retreats, Onboarding meetings, trainings, Production meetings, etc...      4. What else could we do?      5. Is there anything pulling us away or distracting us from the culture we want?      6. Is there another business culture out there we would like to be more like, what about it are we drawn to, who do we need to ask about it? These questions matter. They help build your culture into something you can be proud of. So take time with your team outside this meeting to dive in. I think you'll be glad a year from now when people are sticking around a long time and feel valued in being a part of your team.

My Business On Purpose
521: Six Questions to ask your team about Culture

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 8:45


Scott touched on it and really hammered it home. Culture is NOT an Accident. It's fought for, cultivated, intentional, curated, and tangible.  About a year ago, we were looking to expand our coaching staff and I stuck my neck out for a buddy. He began the interview process, which is lengthy, sat in on some coaching calls and team meetings, went through our Vision Story and I'll never forget when he called me and said, “Y'alls culture is ridiculous. I can literally feel it when I'm on the phone with anyone at BoP.”  Now the point of that is not to brag on us. We do have a great team, but it's to say that culture should be felt by all who come in contact with you. It should be what you hear when you're standing in line at a restaurant and overhear someone mention your business. It's that feeling all your employees have when they step inside your building. And it's the feeling left for your clients after they work with you. Now, we've spoken about what Culture is a ton, but I want to clear up, before this next bit, what Culture is NOT. Culture is NOT: 100% 5-star reviews That's external. There are too many miserable people out there who go out of their way to nitpick every little thing and have nothing better to do with their days than tell the world about only getting two pumps of peppermint in their coffee instead of the 3 they ordered. You can't measure culture solely off of what reviews are. Culture is NOT: More vacation days   Yes, that's a part of it. Right, we rest AFTER we're exhausted. We take turns running and running and running until we hit empty and then foolishly try to figure out a way to get back to a full tank. In reality, we run from ½ a tank to Empty all day instead of being proactive and RUnning between full and ½ a tank. Culture is proactive! Culture is NOT: A finished product. It's not an arrival. There's no app that you can type in the destination and arrive. No, it's fluid. It's constantly shifting. As soon as a new project starts, you know what, you have to fight to protect it. As soon as a new client shows up, you have to lean on it.  But the moment you think you have arrived, you're one step away from the culture you worked so hard to build crumbling and falling apart.  So today... we're going to answer some questions internally. I'm going to ask you all to be honest. If you have a great culture? YES!!! Awesome, what are the little tweaks to make it better. If you have a crappy culture? Be honest. Forget people's birthdays? Work too many hours? Burn out your team? Are y'all angry at each other? Do you shout back and forth? Do you do the least amount of work possible? Do people sulk around when asked to help?  I don't know, but it starts with being honest. So let's have an open conversation. Before we dive into questions for you I want to highlight something we've built that I'd like for us all to build before the end of the year. We call it our Culture Calendar. EXPLAIN: We've realized that without writing it down, planning it out, and being highly intentional, our culture fails.  -Team Meetings -Retreats -Birthdays -Onboarding/continued learning calls -Vision days quarterly EVERYTHING WE FEEL WE NEED TO DO TO BUILD THE CULTURE WE WANT So what needs to go on your culture calendar. I'm going to go quickly through these questions. There's no way to digest all of these questions in the 10 min we have, so write them down and maybe use your team meetings to ask one question a week for 6 weeks. Tackle them together and build the culture you want to be a part of. I'll give you about 2 minutes to chat amongst your team, but come back to these questions, as we have, and figure out how to implement in your business!      1. What is our culture today?      2. How would our last 5 clients describe working with us??      3. What do we do year-round to ensure we're building a positive culture that people want to be a part of?                a. Again, look back at our content calendar…                b. Team Meetings, Retreats, Onboarding meetings, trainings, Production meetings, etc...      4. What else could we do?      5. Is there anything pulling us away or distracting us from the culture we want?      6. Is there another business culture out there we would like to be more like, what about it are we drawn to, who do we need to ask about it? These questions matter. They help build your culture into something you can be proud of. So take time with your team outside this meeting to dive in. I think you'll be glad a year from now when people are sticking around a long time and feel valued in being a part of your team.

On The Radar
CJ Interview: Linking W/ El Alfa, Anuel AA, Addresses 22GZ Situation, New Spanish & English Album

On The Radar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 17:18


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The Final Straw Radio
Belarusian Uprising Revisited

The Final Straw Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 88:43


This week on The Final Straw, we spoke with Vasili and Maria, two Belarusian anarchists living abroad about the aftermath of the 2020 Uprising in their country of birth, lessons learned, the current political prisoners and the Lukashenko regime's attempts to attack dissidents abroad. Maria is also a member of Belarus Anarchist Black Cross, which does anti-repression education and prisoner and legal support for anarchists in or from that country. More on that group and these topics can be found at ABC-Belarus.Org, including a form to send letters to prisoners in Belarus from the website and a link to a brand new fundraising campaign to help BABC to support their anti-repression efforts You can find links to our social media at TFSR.WTF/links. You can find a transcript of this conversation online in about a week at TFSR.WTF/Zines. Belarus-ABC can be followed via their: Mastadon Twitter Instagram Facebook Telegram Announcements Eric King Trial Antifascist and anarchist prisoner, Eric King, has had his trial pushed back to October 14th at 9:30am. If you can show up to court with an ID and your dapper court wear, you can show up to the Alfred A. Arraj Federal Courthouse in Denver to show Eric some support and that he's not alone. For a good read, check out the recent article by Vice about the allegations from Eric's legal team that the BOP deleted video of the incident in question in order to cover up his setup and torture. Protest AmRen The annual American Renaissance conference, or AmRen, a gathering of vile ethno-nationalist hucksters is slated to occur in Montgomery Bell Park at the Inn and Conference Center, outside of Burns, TN, from Friday, November 12th to the 14th. Opposition is being organized from all over and you can participate with your crew. For a good intro to what's expected this year, visit the calendar at OnePeoplesProject.Com. . ... . .. Featured Track: Johnny Ryall (instrumental) by Beastie Boys from Dub The Boutique

Bop or Flop
Dawn of Chromatica ft. Joey Konkel - Ep. 43

Bop or Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 54:06


Strut it out, walk a mile, serve it Bop or Flop style -- we're going to Chromatica! FINALLY! Fan fav Joey Konkel (of ARTPOP episode fame) is back back back again to talk Dawn of Chromatica. The creative juices are flowin' and the vibes are good, baby, so throw on the cans and turn us up.   @theehren @therealestsimon @hausofjo @boporfloppodcast

Autopod Decepticast: A Weekly Podcast Delivering a Minute-By-Minute Breakdown of the 1986 Transformers Movie.

Rama-lama-ding-dong!!! Wolf Cat Man!!! Tryin' to fix my algorithm!! Shout-Outs! Bop-shu-bop-shu-bop!!! Military grade!!! So much for your security, Prowl!! Mussolini: the Keystone Kops of Fascism!! Space Bridge: open for business! Hooah, we walked toe-first into the zing zone!!! Vector Sigma: old as shit…sucks!!! Disney lemmings on a turntable!!! Voice Actors! In the Real World!! Mary Poppins, with breasts!!! Dip-da-dip-da-dip!!!

Box Office Pulp | Film Analysis, Movie Retrospectives, Commentary Tracks, Comedy, and More

You've been a bad listener. Don't ask why, you know what you did! And now... it's time to record the cancer. Join Mike and Jamie as they explore the basement of their local seaside gothic castle/child hospital to uncover the spoiler-y secrets of James Wan's stream-today sleeper, MALIGNANT. With less of a marketing push behind it than the first Wan-less Conjuring, you might think this giallo-tinged throwback to 90's horror might be dead on arrival, but like an electricity-eating monster baby, it won't be so easily disposed of. This one's already becoming a favorite in the BOP household, so check it out while you still can, or risk the gilded blade of Gabriel! HEAR WHAT THE CANCER HAS BECOME BY DOWNLOADING! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulp Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stpr Amazon Podcasts:https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7c11ff8b-2875-454d-8770-8b1d36d04b52

Childz Play
Kidz Bop 30 - Tonight, We Bop In Hell

Childz Play

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 64:40


30 albums later, and the singularity's power continues to draw us further in! But can you, dear listener, find our hidden clues and escape the podcast?! Ed Sheeran is hiding something in his photograph, Taylor Swift got that BEEF, and the Kidz Bop Kidz deliver an original "smash" hit. Alex salutes a strong woman and revives an old segment. Adam brings some stats. Support Our Show on Patreon Check out our partner shows on the Missing Sock Network! And follow the Network on Instagram too. Follow Childz Play on Instagram and Twitter, and follow R. Alex Murray right now! Check Out our Merch and Keep On Boppin!

Bad On Paper
Anne Helen Petersen on the Ins and Outs of Burnout

Bad On Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 74:25


This week, we got the chance to talk with Anne Helen Petersen, writer of the newsletter Culture Study, and author of Can't Even: How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation.  We talk about how she got to where she is today, her personal definition of burnout, why millennials are more afflicted with burnout than other generations, how the pandemic sparked a new form of burnout, how social media impacts burnout, and so much more! She also shares her advice on how to tell if you're burning out and how to avoid falling into it! In addition, Grace and Becca talk about Grace's epic food weekend, Becca's upcoming trip to Palm Beach, and our computer problems!  Find Anne Helen Petersen Instagram: @annehelenpetersen Twitter: @annehelen  Subscribe to her newsletter Culture Study Articles she recommends: Is everything an MLM, "In reality TV defined by renovation, the self becomes settled.” Her favorite fiction of the year: The Night Watchman by Louise Erdich Her favorite nonfiction of the year: The Season: A Social History of the Debutante by Kristen Richardson Instagram Obsession @british_fluffs Obsessions Grace: LuLaRich Becca: Challenges.app What we've read Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi & Curt Gentry White Smoke by Tiffany D Jackson Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty  Troubles in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand The Identicals by Elin Hilderbrand  September Book: The Magic of Found Objects by Maddie Dawson Sponsors: Night - use code NIGHTBOP for 20% off everything at discovernight.com Harper Wilde - Get 20% off at harperwilde.com/BOP  Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.

Hospital Records Podcast
Hospital Podcast 449 with Makoto

Hospital Records Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 62:11


Makoto takes control of this week's Hospital Podcast episode 449! Expect to hear brand new Drum & Bass music from his latest EP 'What You Need' aswell as music from Pola & Bryson, Bop, Nectax, Satl and more!    Tracklist:   Zero T - You're The One  Makoto - What You Need feat. Vonné  Pola & Bryson - Get Serious  LTJ Bukem - Flip The Narrative  Makoto - Merchant Blessing feat.MC Conrad (DJ Marky Remix)  Alex Parez - Moving On feat. Liam Bailey (Break Remix)  Technimatic - Makes Me  Bop - Surfing The Anxiety Waves  Nectax - Gold Soul  Makoto - Osiris feat. Danny Wheeler  Makoto - Freedom Reality feat. Missing  Con Natural - Lean Upwards (Makoto Remix)  Makoto - Run It Back To Me feat. KSR  Satl - Beautiful Struggle feat. DRS  DJ Marky - Love Will Find Its Way  Pola & Bryson - Vetur feat. Hugh Hardie  4 hero - Universal Love 

Wild Pretty Things
KATE and Mary Elizabeth Winstead Performance Draft

Wild Pretty Things

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 153:46


This episode we're discussing Kate, the new Yakuza assassin revenge flick on Netflix. We're joined by Elyse twitter/letterboxd: elyse_tendi The Pod-Wraiths twitter/instagram: podwraiths   https://wildprettythings.podbean.com/ email: wildprettyanimals@gmail.com YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCeb-r1oOdLwhyRGl_QVWyA  instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildprettythingspod/ twitter: @WildPrettyPod https://twitter.com/WildPrettyPod  Jarret: https://letterboxd.com/GrrNoise/ ; https://twitter.com/GrrNoise and on Instagram Melissa: @mellooyellow on Twitter; mmsloter on Instagram;  https://letterboxd.com/mellooyellow/  Melissa's other show: Still Great, Bob? http://stillgreatpod.com/ a Mad Men rewatch podcast https://www.patreon.com/wildprettythingspod  new and upcoming content: BoP commentary, Blockers   0:04:40 lists  https://letterboxd.com/tobiasandersen2/list/random-movie-roulette/  0:08:35 Bond movies Monkey Off My Backlog BIT (Hoopla, VOD) 0:16:30  Voyeurs (Prime) 0:22:00 LuLaRich documentary (Amazon Prime)  0:31:00 The Night House starring Rebecca Hall 0:34:10 Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu) But I'm A Cheerleader (Hoopla, Blu-ray) 0:42:00  KATE Spoiler-free Evaluations 0:52:40  KATE Crew Director: Cedric Nicolas-Troyan (The Huntsman, viz on Snow White &, The Ring, Pirates) DP: Lyle Vincent (Bad Batch and A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, Bad Education and Thoroughbreds) score: Nathan Barr (The Great, Hollywood, Carnival Row, The Turning, Hemlock Grove) editors: Sandra Montiel (Brooklyn 99) and Elísabet Ronaldsdóttir (Shang Chi, DP2, John Wick, Atomic Blonde) costumes: Audrey Fisher (Destroyer, Barry, True Blood) makeup team includes Miho Suzuki (Zoe Kravitz, BoP, Ghost in the Shell, 28 Days Later, Little Women) and Lauren Thomas (Terminator Genisys) MEW's stunt double Hayley Wright https://collider.com/mary-elizabeth-winstead-interview-kate-stunts/  1:03:39  KATE Cast Ani - Miku Patricia Martineau Woody Harrelson - Varrick Tadanobu Asano (Hogun in Thor movies) - Renji Jun Kunimura (Kill Bill, Audition) - Kijima Michiel Huisman (Flight Attendant, Haunting Of Hill House) Amelia Crouch (Hunstman, young Anne Hathaway in Alice In Wonderland) - young Kate 1:08:00  Mary Elizabeth Winstead Performance Draft 1:31:30  Kate Plot Recap & Analysis The Villainess (Hoopla, VOD) 2:23:50   Kate Trivia & Random Thoughts https://www.thefocus.news/movies/boom-boom-lemon/  2:27:30  Oiwa myth Upcoming Episodes: Y the Last Man, Halloween Kills, Scream, The Others, Mulholland Drive https://letterboxd.com/grrnoise/list/wild-pretty-things-2021/    songs: https://www.tunefind.com/movie/kate-2021 H a l s e y - honey  

My Business On Purpose
515: Four Steps To Making A Great Hire

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 8:29


What is every business out there dealing with right now? Employees and hiring! So how do you make sure you are hiring the right people, or maybe more importantly not hiring the wrong people? Let's talk about that today. Good morning friends, Thomas Joyner with Business on Purpose here. I can't tell you the last time I walked into a restaurant and I didn't immediately see a “We're Hiring” sign in the window. Or go to a local nursery to grab a few plants, yep, they're hiring too. Mechanics, Banks, contractors, everyone is hiring today.  So how do you make sure that you get great people? How do you make sure that you're not just winging it and hoping for the best?  Well, here are 4 practical steps to making a great hire... EVERY. SINGLE. TIME! 1. Build out the foundation for what you want! I can't tell you how many times I sit with a business owner to talk through why they had to fire an employee. It almost always comes back to this... we missed something. So how do you build a process to weed through the junk and know who exactly you're hiring? It all starts with building the foundation. Do you have core values you lean on and use as a filter? Do you have a crystal clear job role that this person will be fulfilling? Do you know the numbers you're going to ask them to bring in or the background needed to thrive in this role? Do you know how many references you would like to hear from? Are there any technical skills you can ask them to display?  Or maybe you work backwards. Who's your best employee? The one that if you could clone that person, you would do it in a heartbeat. What qualities do they have and what are the things you bring to the team that you need more of? Ok, now ask questions and look for those qualities in the person you're interviewing. Ask specific things to references about those qualities?  We can't always expect to train the person perfectly and hope for them to end up ok. If ever there is a doubt, we lean away from hiring. Because here's the thing. When you make a poor hire, it always ends up costing you more than had you not hired at all! It affects your cash flow, your culture, your time... everything! 2. Meet multiple times and slow down Your interviewing should be a process, not an event! SLOOOOOW DOWN. Our BoP interview process starts with a phone call. Just getting to know them. Hearing their voice and how they present themselves. So often people jump in with all the benefits of this job, salary, benefits, hours, etc... save that stuff for further down the road! After the phone call, we have an initial face-to-face interview. If that goes well, we call references and send over Job Role, expectations, core values, and long-term vision. Then we do another in-person interview to dig deeper into anything that stuck out.  Lastly, we do what almost no one else does, we host a dinner or lunch with their spouse to look for any further red flags or reasons NOT to move forward. It happens time after time. The spouse doesn't get to see your culture from up close, or maybe he or she is not as bought in and having some doubts. You can't see that stuff unless you go out and spend some time together. When I got hired by BoP it was nearly a 6-month process. And you may say, “We don't have 6 months!” Ok, I get that, but that's because you're hiring in chaos. But what would it look like to intentionally slow down and start preparing for future hires today? 3. Know your numbers and be honest on future possibilities This one hits close to home for every business. We trade dollar for dollar on a hire, so we never have any margin for slow times of year. A new hire should bring in 2-3x what you pay them. If you say the job is worth 20/hr, or around 40k/year for full-time employee can it bring 80-120k in revenue? If not, it's going to stress your cash flow! Know what you can afford and what your employee should bring to the team. Communicate that clearly so that expectations are in writing. Then, that gives you metrics to come back to early on in the onboarding process. It gives you a chance to set the standard and hold accountable.  On the be honest part, in many exit interviews, employee after employee mentions they were OVER promised in the interview. You see, we want this job to sound amazing so we casually throw words around like “Upward mobility” or “Profit sharing”, maybe “future partnership” or “regular raises based on performance” with no real metrics for tracking and implementing those things. Stop doing that! You're setting a bar for yourself that you have zero intention of reaching. It comes across as dishonest and leads your team members on. 4. Have an onboarding plan to ensure the people you move forward with are supported We recommend meeting weekly for a minimum of 90 days for every new hire. You want to capture their eyes, what they are seeing from a fresh perspective before it is lost forever.  One of the things we've challenged our clients on recently is making the best hire possible, but also on equipping the people already in your business! It takes too much time, money, and energy to retool your entire team with new hires. So, how do you add needed pieces and equip the rest to rise to the standard? Training, training, training! Don't shortcut that. Don't expect them to know what to do! Build out your process for getting them up to speed and then stick to it. So, if hiring is on your mind. Like I think it is. If your team needs a boost and some fresh energy… Build out the foundation for what you want Meet multiple times and Slow down Know your numbers and be honest about future possibilities Have an effective onboarding plan That's it! Now go do the work and make your hires. The people are there. And they're waiting for you to lead them Have a great week!

Bad On Paper
Brightland Founder, Aishwarya Iyer, on Olive Oil and Imposter Syndrome

Bad On Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 58:27


This week, we chat with Aishwarya Iyer, founder of Brightland. We talk about what motivated her to start an olive oil company, her tips for finding high-quality cooking oils, and a new Brightland launch coming this fall! She also shares her advice for those starting their own brand and her tips on how to overcome imposter syndrome. We also talk about Becca's need for a beach day, Grace's salad with potatoes, and RomComPods making it to the Sunday Arts section of the New York Times!   Follow Aishwarya  @wearebrightland @helloaishwarya Aishwarya's fave food startups  @Seedandmill @PeepalPeople What she's reading Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reed Gold Diggers by Sanjena Sathian And use the discount code BadOnPaper for a discount on your order! Instagram Obsessions @blondebrokeandboughie Obsessions The Other Two La Gritona Tequila What We're Reading: The Other Me by Sarah Zachrich Jeng In Polite Company by Gervais Hagerty The Identicals by Elin Hilderbrand September Book: The Magic of Found Objects by Maddie Dawson Sponsor: Night - Go to discovernight.com and get 20% off with code BOPNIGHT at checkout. Uncommon Goods - go to uncommmongoods.com/BOP for 15% off your next gift Olive and June - go to oliveandjune.com/BOP and use the code BOP for 20% off your first Manicure system Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Applying Behavior Analysis to Football Analytics, Performance Coaching, and Entrepreneurship: Session 165 with Brett Yarris

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 80:08


In Session 165, I spoke with Brett Yarris, founder of The Bx Movement and co-founder of the Pro Football Network. I first heard about Brett when he was featured on The Controversial Exchange podcast with Ryan and Dimitri. In that episode, I recall how passionately Brett advocated for a wider application of our science, and in this regard, he is really leading by example. In this episode, we discussed how he found his way into Applied Behavior Analysis, how his frustration with the status quo led him to start his own company, how he got into coaching elite-level football players, and how he broke into the crowded and noisy field knowns as the NFL sports media. In addition to these topics, I think the two most interesting segments of this show came from his discussion of how he devotes a significant amount of consultation and training time to helping individuals with Developmental Disabilities improve their physical health, and then later on in the show, where Brett shares his thoughts on the relevance of the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. That part of the show came towards the end, and without spoiling things too much, Brett doesn't hold back, so you'll definitely want to listen all the way through. I should also note that there are some over-arching lessons in this conversation, mainly about identifying one's occupational interests and values, and offering novel solutions and/or services to common problems, all while using behavior-analytic principles as a guide. As such, if you've been contemplating striking out on your own, this is a must-listen episode, regardless of whether you care about the NFL, sports, wellness, and so on. Lastly, for Patreon subscribers, Brett hangs out a little while longer and answers some questions about the upcoming NFL season. In particular, we discuss the 2021 prospects of my son's favorite team, the LA Chargers, and then of course, the New England Patriots. With regard to the latter, Brett shared some insider insight as to why New England cut Cam Newton, and we discussed the AFC East more generally. We ended the Patreon segment with Brett's prediction for the Superbowl. Here are the links to the resources we discussed in this episode: Brett's company, The Bx Movement. Pro Football Network. The Controversial Exchange episode with Brett. The More Than Football show. "Don't Wag the Dog: Extending the Reach of ABA," (Normand and Kohn, 2013). Dr. Kim Berens' 2nd appearance on the BOP. The Offensive Value Metric. Precision Teaching in One Minute (Ryan O'Donnell and Amy Evans). This podcast is brought to you by: The ABA Marketing Minute from Rich Brooks at Flyte New Media. If you're wondering how to successfully market your ABA practice, go to takeflyte.com/abaminute, and check out Flyte New Media's free 35 minute lesson on building effective websites. The Professional Crisis Management Association, or PCMA for short. Later on in the show, you'll hear from one of the most popular podcast guests, Dr. Merrill Winston, where he'll talk about how PCMA helps agencies support individuals who exhibit dangerous behaviors. For more info on them, go to PCMA.com. The 2021 New Hampshire ABA Conference! If you're in New England on September 11th, 2021, take the short drive to beautiful Concord, NH to attend this year's event. If you're not local to the region, don't worry, the event is available virtually as well! This year's program features both clinical and business tracks, a free lunch, an afternoon ice cream social, oh, and there will be great talks too, including Drs. Kelsey Ruppel, Paulie Gavoni, Byron Wine, Peter Gerhardt, Antonio Harrison, and more! Go to NHABA.net, and click the conference tab for details. While you're there, use the promo code Matt2021 to save at checkout. Institutional Tier Patron Greenspace Behavioral Technology. Greenspace behavior offers cutting edge supervisor coaching, performance and competency-based trainings, and organizational supports for new BCBA and trainees. Find out how you can optimize your supervision practices, improve clinical outcomes, and increase employee satisfaction at Greenspacebehavior.com.

The Brain Candy Podcast
EP546: Sarah's Sexy Hotel Nightmare, Filet-o-Fish, & Secret Smoking

The Brain Candy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 61:51


Today we find out why Susie thinks she's extra lucky these days, but her mom disagrees. We discuss someone who recently trolled Sarah's instagram, but he denies all charges. We learn why female authors are getting a bum deal. Sarah tells a story about a VERY unfortunate discovery she made in her hotel room recently, and how she got gaslit by the hotel manager. Susie reveals the religious origins of the filet-o-fish. Sarah reveals a secret she's been keeping, and Susie is shocked! Plus, we discuss a scholar of honesty who was caught lying about his research. Join our book club, shop our merch, sign-up for our amazing free newsletter, & more by visiting The Brain Candy Podcast website: Connect with us on social media: BCP Instagram: Susie's Instagram: Sarah's Instagram: BCP Twitter: Susie's Twitter: Sarah's Twitter: More podcasts at WAVE:

Literally! With Rob Lowe
Molly Ringwald: Secret Marvel Gym

Literally! With Rob Lowe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 59:32


When Molly Ringwald and Rob Lowe get behind the microphone, you better strap in because the time machine is about to take off! In today's episode, find out what magazine reigns supreme (Bop! or Time), how a cowboy hat could have transformed The Breakfast Club, and what supervillain Molly would play in a film! It's 80's week at Literally and we hope you enjoy it. Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Treating Emerging Problem Behavior with the BALANCE Program: Session 164 with Kelsey Ruppel

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 60:21


Earlier this summer I had the chance to chat with Dr. Kelsey Ruppel, who is a Senior Consultant and the Director of Operations at FTF Behavioral Consulting. After I stopped getting tongue-tied in the introduction, we were able to cover a wide variety of topics, including: How she got into ABA. Pro-tips for remote consultation. A quick review of the Preschool Life Skills curriculum. Her research on addressing emerging problem behaviors, i.e., the development of the BALANCE program. More pro-tips: How to speed up the Skills-Based Treatment Process. What Kelsey plans to talk about at the upcoming Stone Soup Conference. And what is meant by the term, "Gray Reinforcement." In short, this interview has tons of practical tips for everyday BCBA's, and I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did. Here are some links to what we discussed: An Evaluation of “Balance”: a Home-Based, Parent-Implemented Program Addressing Emerging Problem Behavior (Ruppel et al., 2021). Session 145 with The Consultants for Children (Lessons from Implementing the PFA Process). Preschool Life Skills: Recent Advancements and Future Directions (Fahmie and Luczynski, 2018). Prevention of problem behavior by teaching functional communication and self-control skills to preschoolers (Luczynski and Hanley, 2013). Free resources and downloads re: all things Practical Functional Assessment, Skills Based Treatment, and more! The Stone Soup Conference (save at registration using coupon code: PODCAST). Not included in the interview, but just as exciting, Kelsey will keynote the New Hampshire ABA 2021 conference on 9/11/2021. Link is here, and you can save at registration by using coupon code Matt2021. The FTF on-demand courses. As an FYI, Early-adopter and above tier Patrons can get a 20% discount on the 10-hour PFA/SBT course, the BALANCE course, and the Stereotypy course. And here are some bluetooth earpieces in case anyone is interested (note: Amazon affiliate link). This episode is brought to you with the support of the following: The 2021 Stone Soup Conference! I challenge you to find a better CEU value in any virtual conference out there. With pod faves like Drs. Linda LeBlanc, Dithu Rajaraman, Jim Moore, Kerri Milyko, and more, there's something for everyone at this event. Use promo code PODCAST to save even more at checkout! Click here for additional details. The 2021 New Hampshire ABA Conference! If you're in New England on September 11th, 2021, take the short drive to beautiful Concord, NH to attend this year's event. If you're not local to the region, don't worry, the event is available virtually as well! This year's program features both clinical and business tracks, a free lunch, an afternoon ice cream social, oh, and there will be great talks too, including Drs. Kelsey Ruppel, Paulie Gavoni, Byron Wine, Peter Gerhardt, Antonio Harrison, and more! Go to NHABA.net, and click the conference tab for details. While you're there, use the promo code Matt2021 to save at checkout. If you like what you hear on the Behavioral Observations Podcast, you can support the show by either joining the Patreon group, which provides numerous benefits (ad-free podcasts, members-only events, discounts on cool stuff, and more!), or by considering the BOP for your continuing education needs.

Bad On Paper
Ace of Spades Book Club

Bad On Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 62:43


This week, we finally get to talk about our August Book Club Pick, Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé! This psychological thriller is the best YA book we've read this year and will definitely keep you guessing (and reading!). Ace of Spades follows two senior students at an elite prep school, Devon and Chiamaka, who are getting targeted as the subject of anonymous text blasts to the whole school revealing their dark secrets.  If you have not read this book yet, we highly recommend you read it before you listen to this episode to avoid spoilers!   Teen Prep School Dramas we love All These Beautiful Strangers by Elizabeth Klehfoth They Wish They Were Us by Jessica Goodman Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison What We're Reading:   The View Was Exhausting by Onjuli Datta and Mikaella Clements   Set Boundaries, Find Peace: A Guide to Reclaiming Yourself by Nedra Glover Tawwab Imposter Syndrome by Kathy Wang The Magic of Found Objects by Maddie Dawson Shoulder Season by Christina Clancy    Grace's Obsessions: Target's Dress assortment (will link Grace's blog post when it's up!) The Prince on HBO Max CODA on Apple TV+ Becca's Obsessions: J. Crew Swimsuit  Apple Watch Challenges September Book: The Magic of Found Objects by Maddie Dawson Sponsor: Prose - go to prose.com/BOP for 15% off your first order. Night -  go to discovernight.com and use the code NIGHTBOP for 20% off your purchase.  Harper Wilde - go to harperwilde.com/BOP for 20% off your first purchase.  Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.

What the Tuck? A RuPaul's Drag Race Podcast
Drag Race Holland S2 - Eps 1 & 2 (w/ Mano Agapion & Oscar Montoya)

What the Tuck? A RuPaul's Drag Race Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 65:45


Ready for the Red Light Special?! We tawkin' Drag Race Holland Season 2 with Mano Agapion & Oscar Montoya! WOW! Listen to these h8ful gays talk about the eps 1 & 2 of Drag Race Holland, gag over the BOP that is Speed Limit, DISAGREE big over some bullshit, & chirp-n-burp alllll those runway lewks!! ALSO, we DIG even deeper on what makes this season perhaps GAGGIER than the first. Go watch the ep on Wow Presents Plus! KIKI with us at Drag Her's IG! PREPARE TO GAG, WHORES!!!!! PROPS TO YA, DWOTUR!BUY OUR MERCH! 50% of everything we make goes to The Okra Project!If you rate Drag Her 5-stars on Apple Podcasts & leave us ANY UNPOPULAR RPDR OPINION, we'll discuss it on the pod!!!!! DO IT!!AND PLUS AND!!! Go to our IG to watch our super special IG LIVES covering Drag Race UK!Black Lives Matter. DONATE NOW!Listen to Drag Her on Stitcher, download the app, or get more info at stitcherapp.com/dragher!Get more Mano on We Love Trash & Podcast Killed The Video Star!Drag Her IG: dragherpodcastTheme Song: Twinkids (@twinkidsmusic)Art by Jack Manion (@jackmanion)Advertise on Drag Her via Gumball.fmSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bad On Paper
Back To School With BOP: How We Strive To Be Lifelong Learners

Bad On Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 60:20


This week's episode is all about lifelong learning! While we're not going back to school ourselves, we talk about how we try to incorporate learning into our lives through the excitement of a new hobby, online classes, and non-fiction reading and listening. We also chat about our alternate life college majors, all of Becca's hobby love affairs, and Grace's tendency to fall down an information rabbit hole. We also hear from YOU about what you do to be lifelong learners! We hear from listeners blogging about women in history, becoming certified yoga teachers, finding out they have a passion for science, and more!  We also catch up on what we did when Grace was in NYC and how our social batteries are LOW.   Becca Radical Candor by Kim Scott on Management Rework by David Heinemeier Hansson and Jason Fried Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard Save the Cat by Blake Snyder Your Screenplay Sucks by William Akers Save the Cat Writes a Book by Jessica Brody Story Genius by Lisa Cron Monkeys with Typewriters by Scarlett Thomas Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott Grace Untamed by Glennon Doyle  Daring Greatly by Brene Brown Quiet by Susan Cain Joyful by Ingrid Fettell Lee Obsessed by Emily Heyward The Third Door by Alex Banayan Some Masterclasses we love Kelly Wearstler, Robin Roberts, Bobbi Brown, Anna Wintour, Issa Rae, Shonda Rhimes, Aaron Sorkin, Judd Apatow. AFI 100 List What We're Reading:   The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab   Instagram:   @kleekai_luna @Madewithlovebytomdaley   Obsessions: Whole Foods Mineral Waters Habit -- Daily Tracker August Book: Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé Sponsor: Rent The Runway - take 40% off 2-months of an 8-item plan with code BOP at renttherunway.com Olive & June - go to oliveandjune.com/BOP and use the code BOP for 20% off your first Manicure system Better Help - go to betterhelp.com/badonpaper and use the code for 10% off your first month Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.