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Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
Donnie Burgess Previews Bob Ross Special

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 8:50


WIBC's own Donnie Burgess joins Hammer & Nigel to preview the Bob Ross Special that will be airing tonight on WIBC! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Faithfully Memphis
Cast Down, Raised Up: Tracy Burgess and Miranda Cully

Faithfully Memphis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 41:07


This week on Faithfully Memphis, join the Reverend Miranda Cully (St. Mary's Episcopal School) for a conversation with Tracy Burgess, the new Executive Director of the Dorothy Day House in Memphis. In this episode of our series on the future of the Church, "Cast Down, Raised Up," Burgess shares how her faith has informed her life's work and how people of faith can look for ways to create environments where we can love our neighbor, welcome the stranger, and love like Jesus did. Learn more about the Dorothy Day House on their website, https://www.dorothydaymemphis.org/.

The Consistency Corner
Leveraging Zapier for Productivity with Anna Burgess Yang

The Consistency Corner

Play Episode Play 29 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 38:35


Welcome to The Consistency Corner Podcast - this week I'm chatting with the incredible Anna Burgess Yang. Anna is a former product manager turned content marketer and workflow consultant. As a self-proclaimed productivity geek, she helps freelancers and solopreneurs create better workflows through tools and automation. You're going to love this episode! During this interview we covered:- How to get started with Zapier if you get overwhelmed with tech and haven't used much automation before. - The importance for business owners and solopreneurs to maximize their time and make sure they use tools to make them as efficient as possible. - Some productivity hacks that every business owner could benefit from.- Other ways that Zapier could be used during the content creation process to save time. CONNECT WITH ANNA:Website: https://annabyang.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annabyangTwitter: https://twitter.com/AnnaBYangBlocking time on your calendar to work on your marketing content is the first step to getting consistent. Join The Consistency Corner Community for a virtual co-working session and start creating content that sparkles. Learn more and RSVP to save your seat! https://www.theconsistencycorner.com/community Connect with Ruthie and The Consistency Corner on Instagram!Craving more community? Join is in the monthly co-working sessions. Learn more and RSVP to save your spot:https://www.theconsistencycorner.com/community

Grade A Nation
E177: Turning a Negative into a Positive -- Interviewing 80s Music Stars with Robbie Burgess!

Grade A Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 97:44 Transcription Available


Robbie Burgess lost his father and attempted to take his mind off the grief by starting an online music station. While struggling to make it financially viable, he wanted to press on and interview the musicians that made the 80s music so memorable to him with a podcast show. Robbie's passion for music came about at a very early age. His parents split up when he was one; going along to his dad's gigs in a country music band immersed Robbie into the music world. A self-proclaimed music fanatic, Robbie talks Queen, Phil Collins, Steely Dan, Wang Chung, Duran Duran, Prince, Talk Talk, Tears for Fears, and so many more incredible artists. He also provides great tips for those looking to play the drums or to start a podcast of their own! Somehow, we also cover Benny Hill, Page 3 Girls, J.K. Rowling, the risks of a cancel culture world, and how loathsome the band Oasis happens to be (in our view). We run the whole gamut. To learn more about The 80s Rewind Show Podcast, go to https://www.the80spod.com/ 

Fly Fidelity
Fly Fidelity Presents Hip Hop Cymru Wales (S1, Episode Five Feat. Keltech)

Fly Fidelity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 100:52


Cardiff-born producer and award winning turntablist Keltech opens up about his career on this week's episode. Take a trip down memory lane as we discuss how he got into both deejaying and producing, collaborating with Johnny B (Xenith), being one of the first turntablists to go viral in the UK, as well as his creative insights into his craft! Credits: Jonathan "Johnny-B" Burgess, Sophie "Lil Miz" Barras, John "Cutmaster Swift" Swift, Andy Cowan(Hip Hop Connection and Terry "Rapster Tee" Cooper. Produced by: Dale Lewis and Luke Bailey for Fly Fidelity Media Art direction: Lloyd Bailey Special thanks to Friendly Rich(The Tom Green Show) About: From the producers of Fly Fidelity comes a candid and celebratory history of Welsh Hip Hop—featuring long-form, neglected and under-documented tales from Wales. Hosted by Luke Bailey, Hip Hop Cymru Wales dives into the notable and nuanced evolution of Welsh hip hop history and its impact, exploring the intimate road map to an incredible and powerful culture that's still enduring and changing lives today. A live exhibition coming Summer 2023 at the National Museum Cardiff in partnership with Avant Cymru supported by Heritage Lottery Fund Wales and Great Western Railway

Bless The Refreshments
BTR 080: Lost Scriptures

Bless The Refreshments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 37:02


This week Burgess and Tyson discuss lost scriptures. Books that are referenced in standard works that we don't currently have access to. We delve into what that means to our gospel understanding and how knowing about these books impacts our faith. We also get into a side tangent about movies, surprise? Ironically Tyson is uploading this episode from Paris...

Outcomes Rocket
EHH: Closing the Disparity Gap in Minority Health and Care with Burgess Harrison, Executive Director of the National Minority Health Association

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 35:34


If you want to keep listening, follow and subscribe to Everyone Hates Healthcare, please CLICK HERE There can only be health equality once there is health equity. This episode of Everyone Hates Healthcare is a jaw-dropping conversation with Burgess Harrison, Executive Director of the National Minority Health Association, about eliminating the healthcare disparity gap experienced by minorities. As an answer to how to provide every single person with the best possible healthcare outcomes, the NMHA came up with the Patient Activation Measure (PAM). Burgess discusses primary care alternatives, technology, accessibility, teamwork, and health policymaking as crucial subjects to consider along the journey to making a change. Tune in to this episode and learn how healthcare delivery has to change to make health equity a reality for minority communities! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

The Thunder Bros Pod
The BEST and WORST Movies of 2022

The Thunder Bros Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 102:00


The Thunder Bros are kicking off season 3 with their annual movie award show! Grab some popcorn, sit back and relax because boy do they have a show for ya'll! Burgess fights the president. Tyler finds out he is a spider. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thethunderbrospod/message

American Conservative University
Science and Faith. Dr. Stephen Meyer, Biologist Jonathan McLatchie, Engineer Stuart Burgess and Theologian Vern Poythress Answer Questions. ACU Sunday Series.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 43:18


Philosopher Stephen Meyer, theologian Vern Poythress, engineer Stuart Burgess, and biologist Jonathan McLatchie answer questions about science and faith posed to them at the Westminster Conference on Science and Faith. The session is moderated by Discovery Institute Vice President John West. This discussion was taped at the 2022 Westminster Conference on Science and Faith in the greater Philadelphia area, which was jointly sponsored by Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture and Westminster Theological Seminary. Participants: Dr. Stuart Burgess has held academic posts at Bristol University (UK) and Cambridge University (UK). He has published over 180 scientific publications on the science of design in engineering and biology. He has received many national and international awards for design, including from the Minister of State for Trade and Industry in the UK. In 2019 he was given the top mechanical engineer award in the UK out of 120,000 professional mechanical engineers. Rev. Dr. Vern Poythress (PhD, Harvard; DTh, Stellenbosch) is distinguished professor of New Testament, biblical interpretation, and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary. His books include Redeeming Science, Redeeming Mathematics, and Redeeming Philosophy, or Chance and the Sovereignty of God. Dr. Stephen C. Meyer received his PhD in the philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge. A former geophysicist and college professor, he now directs Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture. His books include Return of the God Hypothesis: Three Scientific Discoveries That Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe (HarperOne, 2021); the New York Times bestseller Darwin's Doubt (HarperOne, 2013); and Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2009), named a Book of the Year by the Times Literary Supplement. Dr. Jonathan McLatchie holds a Bachelor's degree in Forensic Biology from the University of Strathclyde, a Masters (M.Res) degree in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Glasgow, a second Master's degree in Medical and Molecular Bioscience from Newcastle University, and a PhD in Evolutionary Biology from Newcastle University. Currently, McLatchie is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Sattler College in Boston, Massachusetts. Watch this video at- https://youtu.be/tzCp6KXKt00 Discovery Science 180K subscribers 6,413 views Nov 18, 2022 ============================ The Discovery Science News Channel is the official YouTube channel of Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture. The CSC is the institutional hub for scientists, educators, and inquiring minds who think that nature supplies compelling evidence of intelligent design. The CSC supports research, sponsors educational programs, defends free speech, and produce articles, books, and multimedia content. For more information visit https://www.discovery.org/id/ http://www.evolutionnews.org/ http://www.intelligentdesign.org/ Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: Twitter: https://twitter.com/discoverycsc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/discoverycsc/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/discoverycsc/ Visit other Youtube channels connected to the Center for Science & Culture Discovery Institute: https://www.youtube.com/user/Discover... Dr. Stephen C. Meyer: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrStephe...   Dr. Meyer at Discovery Institute- https://www.discovery.org/p/meyer/ Stephen C. Meyer received his Ph.D. in the philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge. A former geophysicist and college professor, he now directs Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture in Seattle. He has authored the New York Times best seller Darwin's Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2013), Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2009), which was named a Book of the Year by the Times (of London) Literary Supplement in 2009, and now, The Return of the God Hypothesis (HarperOne, 2021). In his first book on intelligent design, Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2009) Meyer examined the mystery of the origin of the first life. With Darwin's Doubt, he has expanded the scope of the case for intelligent design to the whole sweep of life's history. Meyer's research addresses the deepest mystery surrounding the origin of life and the origin of animal life: the origin of biological information necessary to produce it. Meyer graduated from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington, in 1981 with a degree in physics and earth science. He later became a geophysicist with Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) in Dallas, Texas. From 1981 to 1985, he worked for ARCO in digital signal processing and seismic survey interpretation. In 1986 as a Rotary International Scholar, he began his training in the history and philosophy of science at Cambridge University, earning an M.Phil. in 1987 and a Ph.D. in 1991. His doctoral thesis was titled “Of Clues and Causes: A Methodological Interpretation of Origin-of-Life Research.” He returned to Whitworth in the fall of 1990 to teach philosophy and the philosophy of science. He left a tenured position as a professor at Whitworth in 2002 to direct the Center for Science and Culture full time, which he had helped found with John West in 1996. Prior to the publication of Signature in the Cell and Darwin's Doubt, the writing for which Meyer was best known was an August 2004 review essay in the Smithsonian Institution-affiliated peer-reviewed biology journal Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. The article laid out the evidential case for intelligent design, presenting it as the best explanation for the origin of the biological information necessary to produce the new forms of animal life that arose abruptly during the Cambrian explosion. Because the article was the first peer-reviewed publication arguing for intelligent design in a technical journal, it proved extremely controversial.  The journal's editor, evolutionary biologist Richard Sternberg, was punished by his Smithsonian supervisors for allowing Meyer's article into print. This led to the investigation of top Smithsonian personnel by the U.S. Office of Special Counsel.  The controversy was widely covered in the media with articles or news stories appearing about it in The Wall Street Journal, Science, Nature, NPR, The O'Reilly Factor and the Washington Post. The federal investigation eventually concluded that Sternberg had been wrongly disciplined and intimidated. Meyer's many other publications include contributions to, and the editing of, the peer-reviewed volume Darwinism, Design and Public Education (Michigan State University Press, 2004) and the innovative textbook Explore Evolution (Hill House Publishers, 2007). Meyer has also published editorials in national newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The National Post (of Canada), The Daily Telegraph (of London) and The Los Angeles Times.  He has appeared on national television and radio programs such as The Jim Lehrer News Hour, NBC Nightly News, ABC Nightly News, CBS Sunday Morning, Nightline, Fox News Live, Paula Zahn Now (CNN), Good Morning America and the Tavis Smiley Show on PBS.  He has also been featured in two New York Times front-page stories and has garnered attention in other top national media. In 2008, he appeared with Ben Stein in the theatrical-released documentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.  He has also been featured prominently in the science documentaries Icons of Evolution, The Case for a Creator, Darwin's Dilemma and Unlocking The Mystery of Life, the latter which was shown on PBS and which Meyer co-wrote with producer Lad Allen.

RiYL
Episode 562: Tim Burgess (of The Charlatans)

RiYL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 37:00


With his sixth solo album, Tim Burgess left nothing on the table. The 22-track album found every last new song put down on record. The singer says he wanted to give listeners ever once he had left. Of course, for some, creativity is a renewable resource. Since its formation in the late-80s, the Charlatans have given the world 13 LPs, each of which cracked the UK Top 40. Burgess also spent much of the pandemic focused on Tim's Twitter Listening project, which brought together top musicians from Paul McCartney to Pulp and Pixies, each discussing seminal albums. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Lisa Congdon Sessions
Episode 35: A Conversation with Charlotte Burgess-Auburn on Conviction and Why You Need a Manifesto

The Lisa Congdon Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 52:03


The d.school You Need a ManifestoMy Values Deck 

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
The world kept warming in 2022. Is the 1.5-degree Celsius target within reach?

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023


Science agencies in the US and Europe this week released their temperature data for 2022, revealing what has become an annual headline: Last year was one of the hottest on record. 2022 tied for fifth hottest, according to NASA. The US National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration, which uses slightly different data, said it came in sixth.That's even though La Niña cooled the equatorial Pacific, which typically turns down global temperatures.  “This was, in fact, the warmest La Niña year in the whole record,” said Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies.Earlier this week, Europe's Copernicus Climate Change Service revealed 2022 was that continent's second-hottest year ever, and hottest summer.Last year was about 2 degrees Fahrenheit hotter than the preindustrial average, or 1.1 or 1.2 degrees Celsius, depending on whose data you use. That's edging closer and closer to 1.5 degrees Celsius, a limit most countries in the world have pledged not to exceed. That goal is written into the 2015 Paris climate change agreement, alongside a less-ambitious target of limiting warming to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius. But it's the lower target that has taken hold in recent years as both a goal and a rallying cry for aggressive climate action. Keeping 1.5 “alive” became the mantra of Alok Sharma, the UK politician who served as president of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in late 2021. UN Secretary General António Guterres also frequently references the figure, among many others.  A coalition galvanized by low-lying island nations lobbied to get the more-ambitious target written into the Paris climate deal, arguing that exceeding that threshold represented an existential threat for their counties."It means we are dead. Just simply dead," former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed told The World in 2021. “A whole country gone. A whole people gone. A whole society gone. A whole community gone. And this is the case with many, many low-lying islands.”That target has always been wildly ambitious. But in the last seven years, as carbon emissions have continued to rise, it has gotten even more so. Global greenhouse gas emissions would need to be slashed 45% by the end of this decade to meet it, and a UN report published in October said there was no “credible” pathway to 1.5 in place.Many climate scientists say that they don't believe the target will be met.  “I'm pessimistic for the 1.5,” said Thomas Stocker, a climate scientist at the University of Bern who co-led an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on the physical basis of climate change in the years leading up to the Paris agreement's creation. “We're not on the pathway to actually keep the warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius,” he said. “We [would] be extremely lucky to hold the temperature warming below 2 degrees.”Three scientists involved in tracking the global temperature data that was released this week also said they saw limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius as unlikely.  “I think it's very challenging to stay below 1.5,” said Schmidt, saying he was speaking only for himself, not NASA.  “My expectation is that we will hit 1.5 degrees sometime in the 2030s,” said Samanath Burgess, deputy director of Europe's Copernicus Climate Change Service.“I think it's very unlikely that we avoid overshooting that level of warming,” said Zeke Hausfather, with Berkeley Earth, an independent research group that also released its 2022 temperature data on Thursday.It's technically still possible to keep warming at 1.5 degrees, according to the science of atmospheric warming. But a recent IPCC report shows it would require a massive shift away from coal, oil and gas at a speed that's hard to imagine. And it almost certainly would require overshooting the 1.5 limit for a time, then removing carbon from the atmosphere again before the end of the century to bring the globe's average temperature back down.Still, Hausfather said he thinks that the goal itself has been useful.“Even if it's a target we don't hit, I feel like the fact that we are trying means we'll probably end up in a better place than if we were aiming higher,” he said.Hausfather points out countries responsible for around 80% of emissions now have targets to reach net-zero emissions by midcentury. Whether they meet them, of course, is an entirely different question, but the goal itself is based on the science behind the 1.5-degree goal.  The target being written into an international agreement “holds political leaders accountable,” Burgess said.  Even as 1.5 continues to be held up as the goal by political leaders and activists, scientists aren't exactly shouting from the rooftops how much of a stretch it really is.Swiss scientist Thomas Stocker said there's a concern that doing so would stymie ambition.“I disagree,” he said, arguing it should instead galvanize even faster action.“The consequence should be that under no circumstances will we lose the second target and make the same mistakes again.”  Some scientists worry that the 1.5-limit has been framed as a kind of tipping point, a make-or-break goal.“The reality is that every single fraction of a degree matters; 1.5 isn't a cliff edge where bad things will happen. Bad things are already happening,” Burgess said.Keeping warming below 1.7 degrees, say, would be better than 1.8 — 1.9 would be better than 2. Each 10th of a degree could cause more extreme rainfall, like the kind flooding California right now, and worsen heat waves, droughts and hurricanes, and further push up sea levels imperiling low-lying island nations.  Leaders and activists in those vulnerable countries largely are not ready to talk about a post 1.5-world, at least to reporters. "I can't afford to think that 1.5 degrees is not attainable," former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed said in 2021. “That would be a death sentence on our countries, and many low lying islands and coastal regions.”With current pledges made under the Paris agreement, the UN Environment Program estimates the world is on track for 2.4 to 2.6 degrees Celsius of warming by century's end.   

The Angie Avard Turner Show
Gracious Counsel: Featuring Quincy Burgess

The Angie Avard Turner Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 63:00


About Quincy: It Quincy's mission to bring laughter, love and that Beyonce type confidence into the lives of everyone she interacts with. Be it in real life or right here online. People are my passion. She spends her days encouraging, educating and empowering women just like you on their health journey as a Certified FASTer Way To Fat Loss Coach. Quincy is a natural sharer which means she loves sharing tips and tricks for everyday life, products she loves and life lessons she's learned. Where to Find Quincy: Website: Quincy Collective Instagram: Quincy Collective

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
The world kept warming in 2022. Is the 1.5-degree Celsius target within reach?

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023


Science agencies in the US and Europe this week released their temperature data for 2022, revealing what has become an annual headline: Last year was one of the hottest on record. 2022 tied for fifth hottest, according to NASA. The US National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration, which uses slightly different data, said it came in sixth.That's even though La Niña cooled the equatorial Pacific, which typically turns down global temperatures.  “This was, in fact, the warmest La Niña year in the whole record,” said Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies.Earlier this week, Europe's Copernicus Climate Change Service revealed 2022 was that continent's second-hottest year ever, and hottest summer.Last year was about 2 degrees Fahrenheit hotter than the preindustrial average, or 1.1 or 1.2 degrees Celsius, depending on whose data you use. That's edging closer and closer to 1.5 degrees Celsius, a limit most countries in the world have pledged not to exceed. That goal is written into the 2015 Paris climate change agreement, alongside a less-ambitious target of limiting warming to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius. But it's the lower target that has taken hold in recent years as both a goal and a rallying cry for aggressive climate action. Keeping 1.5 “alive” became the mantra of Alok Sharma, the UK politician who served as president of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in late 2021. UN Secretary General António Guterres also frequently references the figure, among many others.  A coalition galvanized by low-lying island nations lobbied to get the more-ambitious target written into the Paris climate deal, arguing that exceeding that threshold represented an existential threat for their counties."It means we are dead. Just simply dead," former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed told The World in 2021. “A whole country gone. A whole people gone. A whole society gone. A whole community gone. And this is the case with many, many low-lying islands.”That target has always been wildly ambitious. But in the last seven years, as carbon emissions have continued to rise, it has gotten even more so. Global greenhouse gas emissions would need to be slashed 45% by the end of this decade to meet it, and a UN report published in October said there was no “credible” pathway to 1.5 in place.Many climate scientists say that they don't believe the target will be met.  “I'm pessimistic for the 1.5,” said Thomas Stocker, a climate scientist at the University of Bern who co-led an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on the physical basis of climate change in the years leading up to the Paris agreement's creation. “We're not on the pathway to actually keep the warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius,” he said. “We [would] be extremely lucky to hold the temperature warming below 2 degrees.”Three scientists involved in tracking the global temperature data that was released this week also said they saw limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius as unlikely.  “I think it's very challenging to stay below 1.5,” said Schmidt, saying he was speaking only for himself, not NASA.  “My expectation is that we will hit 1.5 degrees sometime in the 2030s,” said Samanath Burgess, deputy director of Europe's Copernicus Climate Change Service.“I think it's very unlikely that we avoid overshooting that level of warming,” said Zeke Hausfather, with Berkeley Earth, an independent research group that also released its 2022 temperature data on Thursday.It's technically still possible to keep warming at 1.5 degrees, according to the science of atmospheric warming. But a recent IPCC report shows it would require a massive shift away from coal, oil and gas at a speed that's hard to imagine. And it almost certainly would require overshooting the 1.5 limit for a time, then removing carbon from the atmosphere again before the end of the century to bring the globe's average temperature back down.Still, Hausfather said he thinks that the goal itself has been useful.“Even if it's a target we don't hit, I feel like the fact that we are trying means we'll probably end up in a better place than if we were aiming higher,” he said.Hausfather points out countries responsible for around 80% of emissions now have targets to reach net-zero emissions by midcentury. Whether they meet them, of course, is an entirely different question, but the goal itself is based on the science behind the 1.5-degree goal.  The target being written into an international agreement “holds political leaders accountable,” Burgess said.  Even as 1.5 continues to be held up as the goal by political leaders and activists, scientists aren't exactly shouting from the rooftops how much of a stretch it really is.Swiss scientist Thomas Stocker said there's a concern that doing so would stymie ambition.“I disagree,” he said, arguing it should instead galvanize even faster action.“The consequence should be that under no circumstances will we lose the second target and make the same mistakes again.”  Some scientists worry that the 1.5-limit has been framed as a kind of tipping point, a make-or-break goal.“The reality is that every single fraction of a degree matters; 1.5 isn't a cliff edge where bad things will happen. Bad things are already happening,” Burgess said.Keeping warming below 1.7 degrees, say, would be better than 1.8 — 1.9 would be better than 2. Each 10th of a degree could cause more extreme rainfall, like the kind flooding California right now, and worsen heat waves, droughts and hurricanes, and further push up sea levels imperiling low-lying island nations.  Leaders and activists in those vulnerable countries largely are not ready to talk about a post 1.5-world, at least to reporters. "I can't afford to think that 1.5 degrees is not attainable," former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed said in 2021. “That would be a death sentence on our countries, and many low lying islands and coastal regions.”With current pledges made under the Paris agreement, the UN Environment Program estimates the world is on track for 2.4 to 2.6 degrees Celsius of warming by century's end.   

The Fighting Moose
A Fishing Party

The Fighting Moose

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 15:50


I don't know about you but when I see a heron, I always stop and look. Once again, because of Mr. Burgess, I don't think I can ever look at animals the same way now they have names. Today, we read the story “A Fishing Party” from the book “The Burgess Bird Book for Children” written by Thornton W. Burgess.   Website: http://www.thefightingmoose.com/   Blog https://thefightingmoosepodcast.blogspot.com/   iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fighting-moose/id1324413606?mt=2/   Story (PDF): http://ww.thefightingmoose.com/episode336.pdf   Reading List: http://www.thefightingmoose.com/readinglist.pdf   YouTube: https://youtu.be/mfhA-_4OpT0/   Book(s): “The Burgess Bird Book for Children” http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/3074   Music/Audio: Artist – Analog by Nature http://dig.ccmixter.org/people/cdk   National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): http://www.nasa.gov   Song(s) Used: cdk - Sunday by Analog By Nature (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/cdk/53755  

Cows on the Planet
Cows, pandemics and climate change

Cows on the Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 30:59


Join Tim and Kim as they talk with Dr. Colleen Duncan of Colorado State University and Dr. Katie Steneroden of Iowa State University on potential cow-related pandemics of the future, the role of climate change in pandemics and the need for future fun fashion with hazmat suits in designer colors. BibliographyBernstein, A. S., Ando, A. W., Loch-Temzelides, T., Vale, M. M., Li, B. V., Li, H., Busch, J., Chapman, C. A., Kinnaird, M., Nowak, K., Castro, M. C., Zambrana-Torrelio, C., Ahumada, J. A., Xiao, L., Roehrdanz, P., Kaufman, L., Hannah, L., Daszak, P., Pimm, S. L., & Dobson, A. P. (2022). The costs and benefits of primary prevention of zoonotic pandemics. Science Advances, 8(5), eabl4183. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.abl4183Jones, B. A., Grace, D., Kock, R., Alonso, S., Rushton, J., Said, M. Y., McKeever, D., Mutua, F., Young, J., McDermott, J., & Pfeiffer, D. U. (2013). Zoonosis emergence linked to agricultural intensification and environmental change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(21), 8399–8404. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1208059110Magouras, I., Brookes, V. J., Jori, F., Martin, A., Pfeiffer, D. U., & Dürr, S. (2020). Emerging Zoonotic Diseases: Should We Rethink the Animal–Human Interface? Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 7, 582743. https://doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2020.582743McDaniel, C. J., Cardwell, D. M., Moeller, R. B., & Gray, G. C. (2014). Humans and Cattle: A Review of Bovine Zoonoses. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 14(1), 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1089/vbz.2012.1164Meurens, F., Dunoyer, C., Fourichon, C., Gerdts, V., Haddad, N., Kortekaas, J., Lewandowska, M., Monchatre-Leroy, E., Summerfield, A., Wichgers Schreur, P. J., van der Poel, W. H. M., & Zhu, J. (2021). Animal board invited review: Risks of zoonotic disease emergence at the interface of wildlife and livestock systems. Animal, 15(6), 100241. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.animal.2021.100241Petrovan, S. O., Aldridge, D. C., Bartlett, H., Bladon, A. J., Booth, H., Broad, S., Broom, D. M., Burgess, N. D., Cleaveland, S., Cunningham, A. A., Ferri, M., Hinsley, A., Hua, F., Hughes, A. C., Jones, K., Kelly, M., Mayes, G., Radakovic, M., Ugwu, C. A., … Sutherland, W. J. (2021). Post COVID‐19: A solution scan of options for preventing future zoonotic epidemics. Biological Reviews, 96(6), 2694–2715. https://doi.org/10.1111/brv.12774PREVENTING THE NEXT PANDEMIC: Zoonotic diseases and how to break the chain of transmission. (n.d.).

Voices To Veterans
Episode 27 – Private First Class Robert F. Burgess, U.S. Army

Voices To Veterans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 21:02


Surviving the Survivor
BTK Versus BCK: Was Bryan Christopher Kohberger Influenced By Serial Killer Dennis Rader?

Surviving the Survivor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 137:26


What's up #STSNation,Welcome to a very special edition of Surviving The Survivor …we bring you the #BestGuests in all of True Crime…And then there are days we out do ourselves …and go a level higherThis is one of them … introducing BTK's daughter ... Kerri Rawson. Please know the conversation you're about to hear comes against the backdrop of the recent arrest of Bryan Christopher Kohberger who police say is responsible for the gruesome quadruple homicide of the so called Idaho 4 …Let us never forget those young lives lost way too soon: Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20. WE WANT TO REMIND EVERYONE THAT BRYAN KOHBERGER IS PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW ———————————In 2005, Kerri Rawson heard a knock on the door of her apartment. When she opened it, an FBI agent informed her that her father had been arrested for murdering ten people, including two children. It was then that she learned her father was the notorious serial killer known as BTK, a name he'd given himself that described the horrific way he committed his crimes: bind, torture, kill.As news of his capture spread, Wichita celebrated the end of a thirty-one-year nightmare. For Kerri Rawson, another was just beginning.She was plunged into a black hole of horror and disbelief. The same man who had been a loving father, a devoted husband, church president, Boy Scout leader, and a public servant had been using their family as a cover for his heinous crimes since before she was born. Everything she had believed about her life had been a lie.Written with candor and extraordinary courage, A Serial Killer's Daughter is an unflinching exploration of life with one of America's most infamous killers and an astonishing tale of personal and spiritual transformation. For all who suffer from unhealed wounds or the crippling effects of violence, betrayal, and anger, Kerri Rawson's story offers the hope of reclaiming sanity in the midst of madness, rebuilding a life in the shadow of death, and learning to forgive the unforgivable. ———————————————————The interview is moderated by Ann Wolbert Burgess an internationally recognized pioneer in the assessment and treatment of victims of trauma and abuse.You know the super successful Netflix show Mindhunters about the FBIs first days of criminal profiling — she worked with the real-life agents the show is based on.Dr. Burgess is author of A Killer by Design: Murderers, Mindhunters, and My Quest to Decipher the Criminal Mind. Dr. Gary Brucato is the other moderator and is presently a Visiting Scholar at Boston College, where he collaborates with Drs. Ann W. Burgess and Victor Petreca on forensic research. They have examined crimes, such as murder, including serial killing; sex offenses; mutilation and dismemberment; and the insanity defense. Dr. Brucato is a member of Dr. Burgess' Super Sleuths group, in which experts from diverse forensic disciplines convene to provide consultation on various cold cases.He's the co-author of The New Evil: Understanding the Emergence of Modern Violent Crime —————————————Let us never forget those young lives lost way too soon: Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20. #IdahoStudentMurders #TrueCrime #Idaho4 #IdahoStudentsTrueCrime #IdahoLatest #IdahoToday #MoscowMurders #TrueCrime #BryanKohberger #BTK #DennisRaderFor Ad-Free & BTS Content ...Support the show ❤️https://www.patreon.com/survivingthesurvivor

Meet The Elite Podcast
7181 Victoria Burgess Pitman-01 03 23-Medical Herbalist, Aromatherapist and Reflexologist-Mark

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 5:23


The Deucecast Movie Show
Episode 565: 2022 Surprise and Delights

The Deucecast Movie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 88:01


And every year, Friend of the Show, Miss Independent Jeremy Burgess joins up for the episode, giving his own surprises and delights.     First up, Burgess is assigned his annual Burgentine's Day -- sure, it's early, but Home Goods had V-Day stuff up before Christmas, so we feel okay about this.  Then, the guys jump right into their Top 5 films that they went into unsure about, perhaps with little to no expectations... and came out of surprised at how delighted they found the movies... and delighted at the surprise of how delightful it was. Or something.  And they even dig a little into Oscar odds... some newer horror gets lots of love on the show... a little hot Brendan Fraser talk... some Austin Butler chatter... Michael's Baygasm... and even get a little Shakespearean. Sort of. And a "Don't Die" update!!    AmbuLAnce - Amazon Prime The Bad Guys - Netflix Barbarian - HBO Max The Batman - HBO Max Beavis & Butthead Do America - Paramount+ Bodies Bodies Bodies - for rental Chip n Dale's Rescue Rangers - Disney+ Death on the Nile - HBO Max; Hulu Elvis - HBO Max Enola Holmes 2 - Netflix Hu$tle - Netflix  The Lost City - Amazon Prime; Paramount+; EPIX Rosalind - Hulu See How They Run - HBO Max 13 Lives - Amazon Prime

Surviving the Survivor
Mindhunter Dr. Ann Burgess & Dr. Gary Brucato On Arrest of Kohberger

Surviving the Survivor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 95:28


#STSNation,Its been 7 weeks and 2 days and Moscow, Idaho police believe they now have the killer responsible for the heinous murder of 4 young UI students. The best guests in the business are here to break it all down:Dr. Ann Wolbert Burgess is an internationally recognized pioneer in the assessment and treatment of victims of trauma and abuse, and author of A Killer by Design: Murderers, Mindhunters, and My Quest to Decipher the Criminal Mind. Among her many awards and accolades, in 2016 she was named a Living Legend by the American Academy of NursingShe has also worked with FBI Academy special agents to study serial offenders, and the links between child abuse, juvenile delinquency, and subsequent perpetration. You know the super successful Netflix show Mindhunters about the FBIs first days of criminal profiling — she worked with the real-life agents the show is based on….And, unlike my mother, who Ann is a few years older than, Ann still works like crazy … Dr. Gary Brucato, Ph.D is presently a Visiting Scholar at Boston College, where he collaborates with Drs. Ann W. Burgess and Victor Petreca on forensic research. They have examined crimes, such as murder, including serial killing; sex offenses; mutilation and dismemberment; and the insanity defense. He is currently serving as a consultant on a grant-funded project by Burgess and Petreca, analyzing murders involving asphyxiation by strangulation and other means. He is a member of Dr. Burgess' Super Sleuths group, in which experts from diverse forensic disciplines convene to provide consultation on various cold cases.Gary studies among other things …how violent thoughts and actions emerge in psychotic versus non-psychotic personsHe's the co-author of The New Evil: Understanding the Emergence of Modern Violent CrimeJeff Wood is a retired FBI Special agent out of Boston who focused on gangs and gang violence and is decorated veteran and seasoned investigator BUT, we want to make it clear …Bryan Kohberger is only a suspect … presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law ….and that the profile this trio originally provided — and will discuss today — had nothing to do with Kohberger's arrest. Let us never forget those young lives lost way too soon: Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20. #IdahoStudentMurders #TrueCrime #Idaho4 #IdahoStudentsTrueCrime #IdahoLatest #IdahoToday #MoscowMurders #TrueCrime #HyundaiFor Ad-Free & BTS Content ...Support the show ❤️https://www.patreon.com/survivingthesurvivor

The Interview Room with Chris McDonough
Getting Into The Mind Of The Alleged Suspect "BCK" In The Idaho Student Murders - The Interview Room

The Interview Room with Chris McDonough

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 165:03


The arrest of Bryan C. Kohberger in connection with the slayings of Univ. of Idaho students Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Maddie Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20. Our panel of highly-acclaimed forensic psychologists, Drs. Gary Brucato and Ann Burgess (a renowned Mindhunter) are back to discuss what we know about the alleged killer. Also joining our panel is Dr. Burgess' colleague, Dr. Victor Petreca, an assistant professor at Boston College's William Connell School of Nursing. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chris-mcdonough/support

The Rob Burgess Show
Ep. 222 - Ash Burgess [XXVIII]

The Rob Burgess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 108:01


Hello and welcome to The Rob Burgess Show. I am, of course, your host, Rob Burgess. On this our 222nd episode our returning guest is Ash Burgess. You first heard Ash Burgess on Episode 16, Episode 26, Episode 27, Episode 39, Episode 58, Episode 63, Episode 77, Episode 86, Episode 91, Episode 100, Episode 124, Episode 130, Episode 136, Episode 142, Episode 143, Episode 148, Episode 151, Episode 154, Episode 165, Episode 176, Episode 184, Episode 191, Episode 196, Episode 198, Episode 203, Episode 209, Episode 214, Episode 219  and Episode 82, and Episode 216 which also featured regular guest Jonathan Fowler of the podcast. Ash Burgess has a dusty degree in Religious Studies and an appetite for both high and low culture. She strives to celebrate the best of every season with her young children. Follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ashburgess/ and subscribe to her YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2Bis7mhGmekVi0ZioJFOg?app=desktop Follow the podcast on Mastodon at: https://newsie.social/@therobburgessshow Sign up for my newsletter at: http://tinyletter.com/therobburgessshow Listen to and support the podcast at: https://linktr.ee/therobburgessshow

Fly Fidelity
Fly Fidelity Presents: Hip Hop Cymru Wales (S1, Episode One Feat. DJ Jaffa)

Fly Fidelity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 216:45


Welcome to the first episode of Hip Hop Wales Cymru Podcast. This episode, Cardiff based DJ and producer, Jason "Jaffa" Farrell is our first honorary guest, joining us to discuss his unique journey and enduring career. Known for rocking jams during hip hop's earliest development, Jaffa leveraged his success as a local staple into a permanent position as one of Wales' most recognised DJ's today. From recording with Jive Records as one half of Just The Duce, to attempting the world record for the longest continuous DJ marathon, to hosting a bi-weekly radio show, This That & The Third, Jaffa has remained a consistent force in hip hop for almost three decades. Credits: Jason "DJ Jaffa" Farrell, Ed "Mr Phormula" Holden, Sophie "LilMiz" Barras, Jonathan "Johnny B" Burgess, Tom "Killer Tom" Clugston, Ben "DW Smith" Cook, Huw Stephens, Robert "Joe Blow" Picton, Terry "Rapster-Tee" Cooper, Jaya Had a Dream, Samuel "Mudmowth" Jones, Ricardo "DJ Comfort" Banks, Kwam Chang, Mark "Bad Belly" Lang, Paul "Rollo", Motion Dance, Pete "Pedro", Joseph "Joe Dirt" Barker, Miles Day, Gem Squires, Dave Akton, Dek-Masha Slicer Man, Tom Wallace, Neil "DJ Lok" Archer, Roy "DJ Moneyshot" Spencer, MC Mercury, Kaptin Barritt. Produced by: Dale Lewis and Luke Bailey for Fly Fidelity Media Art direction: Mango Design Special thanks to Matt "Junior Disprol" Herbert and Friendly Rich (The Tom Green Show) About: From the producers of Fly Fidelity comes a candid and celebratory history of Welsh Hip Hop—featuring long-form, neglected and under-documented tales from Wales. Hosted by Luke Bailey, Hip Hop Cymru Wales dives into the notable and nuanced evolution of Welsh hip hop history and its impact, exploring the intimate road map to an incredible and powerful culture, that's still enduring and changing lives today. A live exhibition coming Summer 2023 at the National Museum Cardiff in partnership with Avant Cymru supported by Heritage Lottery Fund Wales and Great Western Railway

The Barron Report
222. Multi-Unit Franchising

The Barron Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 32:10


Franchise programs continue to build in the re-birth of the fast-casual segment for 2022-23, and a handful of companies understand what it takes to grow these brands to the next level.DMD Ventures owns and operates some of the most successful and spirited brands in the United States. We dive deep with Co-Founders & Co CEOs Fred Burgess and Jack Flechner to understand how they have been able to grow various brands under the DMD banner.Big Chicken is the crown jewel in the DMD organization and the only immigration project that offers an EB-5 green card that can begin as an E2 visa. This is one of the key investment strategies with DMD to deliver The Big Chicken concept, which is built around Shaq's remarkable life, and he puts his heart and soul into marketing the brand and ensuring it lives up to the trust he's built with fans.Listen in to this podcast and subscribe for more Foodable Network Updates!

Songwriters on Process
Tim Burgess of The Charlatans

Songwriters on Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 38:04


"I'm so much more prolific when I exercise."Tim Burgess of The Charlatans admitted to me during episode 55 of the podcast that "rock stars aren't supposed to exercise, but we all have our secrets, don't we?" Well, the cat's out of the bag. Burgess loves to exercise, and it's an important part of his songwriting process. Many of his song ideas come to him at the gym as he's listening to music and watching whatever is playing on the television there. But physical activity as way to stimulate creativity underscores a bigger theme in his process: "When I'm preoccupied, that's when the ideas come," he told me. His best ideas happen when he's not thinking about writing songs.In this episode, you'll also learn why Burgess needs a white room when he writes (no, it has nothing to do with Cream) and what  Van Gogh painting he saw more than 20 years ago inspired him to write a song that, to this day, he still hasn't been able to finish. 

Faith in the Family Podcast
When Your Child Suffers From Drug Addiction (feat. Scott and Michelle Burgess)

Faith in the Family Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 43:16


This week our guests are Scott and Michelle Burgess. They talk about their son's addiction as well as their own work in addiction and prison ministries. The ministry they mention is called Conquering Life Prison and Recovery Ministries, a link can be found below. Conquering Life Prison and Recovery Ministries: https://prisonministry.net/clprm --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faith-in-the-family/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/faith-in-the-family/support

Extra Healthy-ish
Phoebe Burgess on why she embraced sobriety

Extra Healthy-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 18:48


Sober curious? Journalist and podcast host Phoebe Burgess opens up about why she stopped drinking, how she (politely) turns down a drink and what happened when she recently drank a few margaritas.  WANT MORE FROM PHOEBE? Make sure you listen to Phoebe's pod Under The Gloss here. In her new ep she opens up about why she switched to the sober life. You can follow her on Instagram @mrsphoebeburgess.  WANT MORE BODY + SOUL?  Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Or, TikTok here. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley.  On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Healthy-ish
Phoebe Burgess on living a sober (curious) life

Healthy-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 9:33


Research shows Australia's thirst for booze is on the decline. Journalist and podcast host Phoebe Burgess chats about her life of sobriety and how she tackles parties without a champagne in hand.  WANT MORE FROM PHOEBE? To hear today's full interview, where Phoebe opens up about her relationship with alcohol...search for Extra Healthy-ish wherever you get your pods. Make sure you listen to Phoebe's pod Under The Gloss here. In her new ep she opens up about why she switched to the sober life. You can follow her on Instagram @mrsphoebeburgess.  WANT MORE BODY + SOUL?  Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Or, TikTok here. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley.  On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Design Your Life by Vince Frost
Designing creative energy with Cat Burgess

Design Your Life by Vince Frost

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 64:27


To Cat Burgess, energy is everything. It's how you inspire the people around you, and it's how you align your personal resources to the things you need to get done in work and life. She believes we need to move away from the idea of managing time, and into an era of managing your energy, focused on bringing the right energy to the right moment.  Cat is a highly skilled industry leader and brand strategist with more than 30 years' experience at the forefront of design, branding and communications. She's worked with Vince Frost for close to two decades, and in her current role as Head of Place at Frost*collective she is passionate about the transformational power of design thinking in shaping places.   She credits her decisiveness and ability to structure ideas into powerful brands to her start as a television journalist. And her appreciation of design to growing up in a house designed by prominent Australian architect Philip Cox, surrounded by ideas, with an artist mother who went to China on cultural exchanges in the 1980s and is still a practicing artist at the age of 90.  Cat has recently been announced as the new AGDA (Australian Graphic Design Association) NSW Chair, making her the first woman to lead the largest chapter of the Australian communication design industry's peak body. A sought-after speaker, she's an advocate for women in leadership positions in the design community and beyond.  Listen in as Vince and Cat discuss managing and making the most of your creative energy, being in the business of opportunity and originality, and how good design can lead to cultural transformation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Whiskey Riff Raff
Ben Burgess

Whiskey Riff Raff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 37:00


To close out 2022, Ben Burgess stopped by the podcast for the first time to talk about his debut studio album 'Tears the Size of Texas,' getting out of a bad recording contract and moving to Nashville to pursue country music, writing for people like Lil Wayne, the Jonas Brothers and Morgan Wallen, Morgan's insane career trajectory over the last couple years, making the transition to being an artist, opening for and hanging out with Koe Wetzel, looking up to George Strait as one of his role models and much more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick
The evolving role of design and thought leadership. | Charlotte Burgess-Auburn | 450

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 15:13


Creativity. Invention. Collaboration. Three skills that are at the heart of design, and the center of great thought leadership.   Many people narrowly define "designing," whittling it down to simple artistic talent; drawing, painting, or other traditional crafts. But design is a huge world of possibility, covering thousands of mediums and a fantastic variety of skills that drive creativity, spark invention, create authentic connection, and encourage collaboration.    Charlotte Burgess-Auburn is a self-described artist, educator, and extroverted introvert. She's also the Director of Community at the Stanford d.school, where she teaches the role of self-awareness in creativity and design. Her book, You Need a Manifesto: How to Craft Your Convictions and Put Them to Work, is an essential "how-to" for crafting a guiding document that establishes your intentions, increases your creativity, and helps you maintain focus and conviction as you push toward your goals. Charlotte's role as Director of Community started in the very early days of the school's establishment, and she's always been a creative force, helping the d.school's growth. Unlike the typical slower pace of research, the d.school specializes in swift cycles, rapid iteration of design, and innovative thinking. Charlotte discusses that cycle, and shares how her role has evolved from connecting with students, running info sessions, and encouraging the school's growth, to overseeing a larger group of people who collectively help students learn "thought design skills" that will help them excel when they enter the larger world outside of Stanford. One of the ways Charlotte explains her role is as "a champion for self-awareness," helping designers and tech producers understand each other's function, needs, and dependencies, and work better together. Too many people think of design as a soft, easy-to-master skill - and they'd be wrong! Design thinking shapes goals, builds connection with the audience, and sparks creativity and curiosity. Charlotte shares how she prepares students to deal with difficult critiques, giving them the resources to work with feedback so that both designers and tech creators understand why both sides of the coin are necessary to create a valuable whole.  There's no substitute for true creativity and invention, and design thinking elevates any craft, moving it from "what gets it done" to "how can we solve problems, drive innovation, and foster collaboration?" That's the heart of thought leadership, and that's where Charlotte's insights shine.   Three Key Takeaways: * Design skills such as creativity, collaboration, and rapid iteration, are essential to leadership roles. These "soft skills" elevate the game. * Being comfortable with change and learning how to think on your feet builds the capacity to handle even the toughest challenges. * Connections and relationships are important - even when they're outside your field. Learning from those with different skills and interests broadens your understanding, and makes you a better leader.

The Daily Zeitgeist

In episode 1386, Jack and Miles are joined by journalist and host of A Tradition of Violence, Cerise Castle, to discuss… Georgia Run-Off is Full of Self Owns and Grifting…, The State of Policing and Human Caging In This Country, That AI Selfie Art App Is Also Pretty Creepy and more! Georgia Run-Off is Full of Self Owns and Grifting… Mike Lee, Burgess Owens are raising money for Herschel Walker's Senate campaign — and keeping half of the cash Plan Tests Tense Relationship Between N.Y.P.D. and Mentally Ill People 70-year-old dies at Harris County Jail; 2022 now has highest number of in-custody deaths in past decade ‘Catfishing' Virginia cop who killed California family was detained in 2016 after violent threats “Are You Prepared to Kill Somebody?” A Day With One of America's Most Popular Police Trainers That AI Selfie Art App Is Also Pretty Creepy Lensa AI app: What to know about the self portrait generator The creative thief: AI tools creating generated art Thief Steals Genshin Impact Fan Art Using AI, Demands Credit From Creator LISTEN: Obaa Sima by Ata KakSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

the butter dish with Heidi Bollard and Natalie DuLaney of butter your macros
58. the exercise episode with malarie burgess @thejockscientist (finding yourself in movement)

the butter dish with Heidi Bollard and Natalie DuLaney of butter your macros

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 58:28


SO EXCITED for this episode with Malarie Burgess- exercise physiologist @thejockscientistWe chat about your relationship with exercise and how YOUR personal narrative colors itHow to determine your relationshipExposing why you feel the way about exercise you doWhen you identify as an athlete vs not an athleteBMI is trashCreating a genuine love for it outside of "what it'll give you"Exercise perspectiveHow to feel like you belong in a gymExercise and genetics And more!Where to find usInstagram @butteryourmacrosThe Internet www.butteryourmacros.comTwitter @whatsupbuttersTikTok @whatsupbuttersInbox hello@butteryourmacros.com

WitchLit Podcast
Lizzie Burgess

WitchLit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 52:32


Lizzie Burgess works with writers, witches, and other magical practitioners who've hung out their shingle to help them build a business they can fall in love with using astrology and other divination tools. She is also a blogger with a new book under her belt. The oracle decks we discussed are the Southern Gothic Oracle and the Southern Botanical Oracle both by Stacey Williams-Ng available through her Etsy shop Where to find Lizzie Online Facebook Instagram Pinterest TikTok Twitter YouTube Please support Black, indigenous, queer, women-owned, and local independent bookstores. Transcripts of all episodes are available at witchlitpod.com Buy us a coffee (and support our work) on Ko-fi Follow WitchLit on Instagram and Twitter Find Victoria at https://readvictoria.com and https://1000voltpress.com and on Instagram and Facebook

SpyCast
“Honey Trapped: Sex, Betrayal & Love” – with Henry Schlesinger

SpyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 62:48


Summary Henry Schlesinger (Rare Bird Books) joins Andrew (Twitter; LinkedIn) to discuss two of the most mysterious and alluring forces in human history: sex and spying. He is a journalist and author proudly based out of NYC.  What You'll Learn Intelligence The impact of sexpionage on history  Debunking common “honey trap” myths  Examples of weaponized seduction and leveraged love  Cyber honey traps and digital sexpionage Reflections Psychological implications of love and lies The relationship between pop culture myths and historical truth  And much, much more … Episode Notes Sex. Espionage. Sometimes they both overlap by accident...but sometimes it's entirely intentional. From Samson and Delilah in the Bible to the Profumo Affair that rocked British society in the 1960's, they are a heady and dramatic combination. But how is sex used in modern espionage? How do the professionals combine them, if indeed they do? What myths surround the use of both? How have men and women used sex and seduction to spy?  To answer these questions and more, Andrew sat down with Henry Schlesinger to discuss his newest book, Honey Trapped: Sex, Betrayal, and Weaponized Love, which explores the fascinating relationship between sex and spying.  And…  You know about Benjamin Franklin in Paris as a “bon vivant, wily diplomat and aging lion,” but read Henry's article about him as the “Founding Forger” engaged in disinformation and fake news during the Revolution! Quote of the Week “The thing about espionage is that it encompasses the best in human beings and the worst and everything in between.” – Henry Schlesinger. Resources  SURFACE SKIM *Andrew's Recommendation* “Security Implications of Polygraph Derived Homesexual Fantasies” See how much social mores have changed since 1985 *Featured Resource* Honey Trapped: Sex, Betrayal, and Love, Henry R. Schlesinger (Rare Bird, 2022) *Beginner Resources* The Stasi Spies Who Traded Sex for Secrets, Oliver Moody, The Times (2022) [Article]  Romeo Spies, CIA (2018) [Article] The Brilliant MI6 Spy Who Perfected the Art of the ‘Honey Trap', Hadley Meares, Atlas Obscura (2017) [Article] The History of the Honey Trap, Philip Knightly, Foreign Policy (2010) [Article] DEEPER DIVE *SpyCasts* Mata Hari, The Spy with Dr. Julie Wheelwright (2019) Sexpionage with H. Keith Melton (2009)  *Books* The Last Goodnight: A World War II Story of Espionage, & Betrayal, H. Blum (Harper, 2017) In the Garden of Beasts, E. Larson (Crown, 2011) Stalin's Romeo Spy, E. Draitser (Northwestern, 2010) Femme Fatale: Love, Lies, and Mata Hari, P. Shipman (Harper, 2008) *Articles* MEA staffer ‘honey trapped': What's the role of sex in spying?, A. Bhaskar, The Indian Express (2022) The making of an iconic image: Christine Keeler, 1963, Victoria and Albert Museum (n.d.) Christine Keeler obituary: the woman at the heart of the Profumo affair, P. Sanford, The Guardian (2017) The Honeytrap That Ensnared One Marine in a Sexpionage Case, C. Burgess, ClearanceJobs (2022) How to Use Sex Like a Russian Spy, P. Sullivan, Foreign Policy (2010) *Video* Spy History: King Goujian and the Boiled Seeds (2021) [Short Story] Spies & Spymasters Happy Hour | Soviet Romeo Spy Dmitri Bystrolyotov (2020) [SPY Program] The Spy Who Loved Me: When East German Spies Broke Hearts In The Cold War (2017) [Documentary] *Primary Sources* Delilah Betrays Samson, Judges 16, The Bible Sexpionage: Why We Can't Resist Those KGB Sirens, M. Dobbs, The Washington Post (1987) CIA Cover Exposed in Ghana, S. Meddis, USA Today (1985) Spying Casts Shadow Over Talks, R. Beeston & B. Gertz, The Washington Times (1987) Soviets Still Employed at Embassy in Moscow, B. Gertz, The Washington Times (1987) Testimony of George Karlin aka Yuri Krotkov (1969) *Wildcard Resource* From Russia With Love (1963)  Bond: Honey Trapped or Honey Trapper? A little bit of both! 

Good Stories
Lauren's Story: Neurodivergence in the Workforce, DIRT Coffee, and How People Are Just Plants | Lauren Burgess

Good Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 39:55


"People are just plants: give them the right food, environment, water and watch them grow." Lauren Burgess is a Forbes Next 1000 social entrepreneur who has built, sold, and invested in successful companies with a focus on including neurodivergent communities in the workplace. The business that caught our eye was DIRT Coffee, a coffee shop that Lauren started as a coffee truck in Littleton, Colorado with a workforce comprised of neurodivergent employees, primarily those with autism. What is neurodivergence? Neural differences that affect how the brain learns, thinks, or otherwise functions in a manner that diverges from the standard or "neurotypical." Neurodivergence includes medical or learning conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, and ADHD. One of the biggest obstacles neurodivergent individuals face is finding employment. Lauren is helping companies and communities understand that people whose brains function differently can still be an impactful member of society. DIRT Coffee is an inspiring example of how companies can successfully incorporate neurodivergent individuals and how routine, understanding, and a chance can help neurodivergent people live more independent and empowered lives. Did Lauren imagine leaving DIRT? Never. But after discovering her stress-induced health concerns, she passed over the reigns to her passionate successors and took a step back: she had spent a decade helping others and in the last year, finally took the time to help herself and learn how her own neurodivergence has impacted her life. Lauren said she would wait one year before starting a new business ... and she just hit that mark! What's coming next? Follow along her journey to find out. DIRT Coffee Want to learn more? Or are you a neurodivergent entrepreneur seeking coaching from business plan development to management or funding? Find out here! Lauren Burgess Lexie's Note: I have wanted Lauren on the pod for so long and am so happy we finally made it work! Neurodivergence is a term I've heard a lot lately and diving into how people can function differently and helping them thrive in the workplace was so interesting. I challenge you to think about struggles that you have at work and what small step you can take to help yourself or ask for help. I shared some of the effects that OCD and anxiety have had on my educational and professional career and small steps I've taken to maximize the positives and reduce the negatives. Enjoy the episode! Host: Lexie Gutierrez Guest: Lauren Burgess Follow Dirt Coffee on Instagram Watch our interview on Youtube! Shop our Goods, use code goodstories25 for 25% off fruit + veggie snacks, smoothies, and granola at Sow Good!

The Jesse Tee Show
210 - Ryan Burgess

The Jesse Tee Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 43:44


Driven by gratitude and obsessed with perspective   Follow Jesse on Instagram ▶︎ @jesse_tee Linkedin ▶︎ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessetee/ Apple Podcast ▶︎ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jesse-tee-show Production by Eve Rom Email ▶︎ eveloveniab@gmail.com WEBSITE ▶︎ https://rb.gy/ylzgpg Instagram ▶︎@supremoseries

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Woodstock man sentenced to 20 years for domestic violence & drugs

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 9:51


A Woodstock man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after he was convicted of multiple assaults on his girlfriend as well as drug charges. Justin Cameron Finnegan, 22, was convicted of kidnapping, possession of Schedule II controlled substances, violating a family violence court order, family violence aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and other charges, the Cherokee County District Attorney's Office announced Thursday. Superior Court Chief Judge Ellen McElyea sentenced Finnegan on September 16, to 20 years in prison followed by 10 years on probation. Probation conditions include no contact with the victim or witnesses in the case, mental health and substance abuse assessments, completion of a family violence intervention program, no alcohol and drug use, and no firearms. Charges stem from multiple domestic violence incidents over the course of five months in 2021.   A Helen woman has been arrested after authorities say she stole all the contents of a mailbox from a northeast Cherokee County business, including customers' checks. Ashley Burgess is accused of taking all the mail from the mailbox at Longhorn's Sanitation on Franklin Goldmine Road near Cumming between March and May, according to an arrest warrant filed Oct. 18 by the Cherokee Sheriff's Office. The warrant says Gordon County sheriff's deputies, during a traffic stop, found her in possession of the mail, which included over 30 checks from customers and registration information for 10 of the company's vehicles. Burgess was booked in the Cherokee County jail early Dec. 1. She is charged with 44 felony counts of identity theft fraud. As of December 1, she remained in custody with bond set at $214,500.   Herschel Walker brought his Senate campaign to Woodstock Thursday, where he spoke to supporters on the importance of voting for him and strengthening the military. Over 100 people came to Black Rifle Coffee Company Thursday night to see Walker, U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk, Sen. Lindsey Graham and other speakers, according to local law enforcement at the event. Walker, a Republican who is running against Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock, started by thanking God, his family and everyone for attending. He urged everyone to vote for him in the December 6 runoff election. Walker first spoke about the problems he said he sees with the military, revolving around issues of "wokeness," COVID-19 vaccines and the need to "support the men and women fighting for this country and strengthen the military." Other issues he said he wants to address if elected include addressing racism and critical race theory and "not seeing color," "respecting law enforcement," reducing crime, controlling borders and inflation, as well as "putting Georgia and America first." Bryce Leatherwood from Cherokee County has made it to the top eight on NBC's “The Voice.” Leatherwood was one of eight to move on to the next round from the Top 10 Live Playoffs this week. Three contestants will be eliminated next week.  Monday, Leatherwood performed Morgan Wallen's “Sand in My Boots,” and received enough votes to make the top seven and automatically advance. In the live shows, the top remaining artists compete against each other weekly during a live broadcast. In this round, the audience votes to “save” their favorite artists, rather than the coaches. You can watch Leatherwood's performance on YouTube. “The Voice” airs at 8 p.m. Eastern time Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC and Peacock TV.   Sequoyah senior Taylor Pecht was named a first-team All-American by MaxPreps on Tuesday, joining an elite group of 60 honorees from across the country. Pecht, a setter, made the All-American team as a first-team all-around player after helping lead the Chiefs to a 37-4 overall record, a 7-0 mark in Region 6AAAAAA and a Class AAAAAA state runner-up finish. She finished the season with 1,200 assists, 286 digs and 52 kills. As a three-time all-state setter, Pecht capped off her high school career with 4,657 total assists, along with 999 digs and 232 kills. She crossed the 4,000-assist mark this season at the Rally High tournament in Emerson. Pecht was one of five players from Georgia to be honored, along with Buford's Ashley Sturzoiu on the first team and Polly Cummings on the second team, and Pope teammates Sophie Harvey and Cooper Abney on the second team. Following the season, Pecht was also selected to the American Volleyball Coaches Association's All-America team alongside teammate and fellow senior Skylar Martin. Pecht was an honorable mention, while Martin, an LSU commit, earned first-team recognition with a team-best 588 digs. Pecht finished her four-year career at Sequoyah with a 162-13 overall record, including a 50-win campaign in 2021. She led a dangerous Chiefs offense and helped elevate her teammates.   Woodstock Arts is bringing a traditional German Christmas market to downtown Woodstock this weekend. Christkindl Market, part of Woodstock Arts' festival series, will start at 11 a.m. Sunday and is scheduled to be open until 6 p.m. at the Woodstock Arts Event Green. The market will be designed much like a traditional German Christmas market, with traditionally dressed carolers, food, activities for the whole family, local artists and crafters and a special performance from the cast of Woodstock Arts' “A Christmas Carol.” Activities include wreath making, gingerbread decorating, local music happening throughout the day and more. At the end of the evening there will be classic holiday shorts played on the Woodstock Arts LED Screen. All the Woodstock Arts festivals are free to attend. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group     For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com/    https://cuofga.org/   https://www.drakerealty.com/   https://www.esogrepair.com/           See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pine Walk Collection
Episode 75: Tape 2 of 7: Jim Burgess . The Saint, Labor Day 1986

The Pine Walk Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 92:12


The Pine Walk Collection
Episode 73: Tape 1 of 7: Jim Burgess . The Saint, Labor Day 1986

The Pine Walk Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 87:39


Jesus, Coffee, and Everything Else with Gabe Ballard
Life as a Pastor with Special Guest Pastor Josh Burgess

Jesus, Coffee, and Everything Else with Gabe Ballard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 55:03


Join us in our fourth episode as we interview my best friend, Pastor Josh Burgess from Freedom Church Cleveland, in Cleveland, OH. We are discussing transition, church culture, and having a family in ministry! PSA- Please bear with us as our audio is a little raw as it is our first phone call podcast! We hope you enjoy!

Cienciaes.com
Opabinia, un invertebrado con trompa. - Zoo de fósiles

Cienciaes.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022


Hace 505 millones de años, a mediados del Cámbrico, parte de lo que hoy son las montañas del oeste del Canadá se encontraba bajo el mar, cerca de un acantilado submarino vertical. De tanto en tanto, un alud de barro cubría el lecho marino. Los seres vivos que tenían la mala suerte de encontrarse allí morían por la falta de oxígeno y quedaban enterrados. Así surgió la formación geológica de los esquistos de Burgess, donde, en 1966 el paleontólogo británico Harry Blackmore Whittington descubrió un nuevo ejemplar muy bien conservado de Opabinia, un animal tan extraño que en la primera presentación pública del análisis de Whittington, la audiencia estalló en carcajadas. Con una longitud total de unos diez centímetros, su característica principal es la trompa o probóscide hueca y flexible que se proyecta hacia abajo desde la parte inferior de la cabeza.

Frankenstein's Podcast
56. The Mogwai from 'Gremlins' w/Dominic Burgess

Frankenstein's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 89:30


Joined by actor & writer, Dominic Burgess, the monster crew takes on the 1984 classic, Gremlins! In our chat, we sink our teeth into all the wonderful practical VFX, the wild mashup of monster movie & Christmas film, and why this film remains a classic today. *Thank you to Jim Hall for the music! Check out more of his music here, and if you like what you hear, please consider donating to support his work here! *Thank you to Jim Tandberg/Grant Hasbrouck for the Frankenstein's Podcast artwork! Featured Guest: Dominic Burgess is an actor, writer, cat-lover and fan of all kinds of awesome geeky things. He's been featured in numerous projects such as SyFy's The Magicians, Star Trek: Picard, The Good Place, Feud: Bette & Joan, Dr. Death, Our Flag Means Death, and Netflix's Monster. He'll also be appearing in the upcoming Apple+ series, Mrs. American Pie. You can follow Dominic on Twitter @dominicburgess and on Instagram @domincburgess1. References: Confess, Fletch Star Trek: Prodigy on Paramount+

127 Fit Podcast
CPA Bodybuilder & Coach Calvin Burgess

127 Fit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 80:22


Please subscribe to "BTM" on YouTube, thank you!     Connect with Calvin: https://www.instagram.com/calvinburgess_/     Connect with "BTM": https://www.instagram.com/behindthemusclepodcast1/       "Remember, behind the muscle, there's always a story!"           ReplyForward      

TimeOut With The SportsDr. Podcast
The Most Valuable Gift You Have to Offer

TimeOut With The SportsDr. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 20:12


In this solo episode, Dr. Derrick Burgess is here to share his gratefulness regarding life, sports, and medicine. He will share with us how God has blessed the different areas of his life and how he was consistent from the first day of his journey in this podcast until now.    What are the incredibly unexpected things that have happened in your life?    The thankful heart opens our eyes to a multitude of blessings that continually surround us. There can be no doubt that the God of Almighty has given every one of us something to be thankful for. Though there may be times when other people have more of what we have, we still receive reasons to say "thank you." Despite the hardships we encountered, we fought, stood firm, and thrived.    The annual celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States is arriving! Thus, we must take this excellent opportunity to take a step back and consider how God has blessed the various facets of our lives. Hence, we must never forget the hands stretched to support us amid our struggling days. Those people who made themselves available to contribute to our growth. Those few who still stand believe we can do something great out of the dreams we keep on chasing. Indeed, we can never know beforehand what wonderful things wait for each of us. Still, we understand that the quickest way to contentment is to be grateful.   "During these times with rising inflation and lumen recession fears, the most affordable thing and gift we can give this holiday season is to give thanks." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   Topics Covered: (00:00:00) Introduction + Episode Snippet (00:00:14) Words of gratitude: A solo episode for the Thanksgiving week (00:01:34) Advertisement: Zero Gravity Skin: a leader in the aesthetic device market. Visit www.zerogravityskin.com and use my code: DRDERRICK30 to receive 30% off your purchase. (00:03:45) Consistency: You could be the most consistent thing in someone's life. (00:05:11) 2022 is an amazingly unpredictable year  (00:05:41) The pillars of TimeOut with SportsDr. Podcast: Life, Sports, and Medicine (00:06:28) What Dr. Burgess is thankful for in life (00:09:04) A dream many laughed about, but few people believed. (00:10:11) Sports: How can you interview different types of people and still deliver a solid message? (00:10:49) There is always learning in every story. (00:11:13) Advertisement: Sabre Bats, the training bat that will take you to your next swing. Go to https://www.sabrebats.net to know more. (00:12:19) The ability to fully function as a sports Doctor. (00:13:22) Being grateful for collaboration and sponsorships (00:14:51) The Go-Giver book: A Transformational book (00:15:49) Better to be a go-giver than a go-getter. (00:16:02) The five laws of stratospheric success (00:17:36) Share your thanksgivings: Let people know what you're thankful for (00:18:00) God has given us a spirit of power, love, and self-discipline. (00:18:42) The forthcoming learnings in December (00:19:34) Keep pushing until the final clock rings!     Key Takeaways:  "The most important lesson I've learned in life, in general, is being thankful for where you are or for the distance you've traveled" – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "And I've learned that I can learn from anyone, no matter how young or old they are. Being able to interview people, share their stories and still be able to pull out small nuggets and help people is kind of learning gems along the way." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "There are no steps and wasted. Whatever you're going through today to concentrate, hone your skills, and one day, it's going to pay off." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "Many times, when we want to be successful, people tell you to have to be a go-getter. You have to go out and take what you want. But more important than being a go-getter is being a go-giver." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "Law of Value: Your true worth is how much more you give others in value than you receive in payment." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "Law of Compensation: Your income depends on how many people you serve and how well you serve them." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "The law of influence is determined by how abundantly you place others' interests." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "Law of Authenticity: The most valuable gift you have to offer is yourself." – Dr. Derrick Bugess   "Law of reciprocation: The key to effective giving is to stay open to receiving." – Dr. Derrick Bugess     Connect with Dr. Derrick Burgess: Website: https://www.drderrickthesportsdr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drderrickthesportsdr/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeOut.SportsDr LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/derrick-burgess-72047b246/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHGDu1zT4K_X6PnYELu8weg Email: thesportsdoctr@gmail.com     This episode of TimeOut with the SportsDr. is produced by Podcast VAs Philippines - the team that helps podcasters effectively launch and manage their podcasts, so we don't have to. Record, share, and repeat! Podcast VAs PH gives me back my time so that I can focus on the core functions of my business. Need expert help with your podcast? Go to www.podcastvasph.com.

The Professional Noticer
A Journey to Understanding with Sherri Burgess

The Professional Noticer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 57:45


This week, Andy hosts Sherri Burgess – author, speaker, Bible teacher, and wife to Rick, cohost of the popular "Rick and Bubba Show" and founder of "The Man Church." Tune in to hear Sherri share how the tragic loss of their youngest child Bronner taught her about holiness, perseverance, and even the joy God brings in the midst of suffering.  Order Sherri's book, Bronner: A Journey to Understand on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/3EMrvHX As promised, Andy's review of Bronner: A Journey to Understand: https://amzn.to/3gqsR1C Connect with Sherri online:  Website: https://www.burgessministries.com Sherri's Blog: http://sherriburgess.blogspot.com  Twitter: https://twitter.com/sherribburgess  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/momgirl777/  If you have questions or comments for THE PROFESSIONAL NOTICER, please contact us at: Email: TheProfessionalNoticer@AndyAndrews.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/AndyAndrews  YouTube: https://youtube.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor  Twitter: https://twitter.com/AndyAndrews Instagram: https://instagram.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor

Writer's Routine
Melvin Burgess, author of 'Loki' - Carnegie Medal winner discusses returning after a break, writing about teenagers, and enjoying yourself

Writer's Routine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 50:43


Melvin Burgess had critical acclaim with his novel, 'Junk'. It looks at heroin use among teens in Bristol. It's a hard-hitting novel for teenagers, and won the Carnegie Medal, a prestigious award for Children's and YA writing. We talk about why he chose such a divisive subject, and what he thinks is the secret to writing for teens.His new novel is 'Loki', it tells the story of the politics of ancient Asgard, and is a heartfelt plea to overthrow the gods of authority. We discuss the idea for the book, and why it was partly inspired by recent political events. You can hear why he's interested in the process of powers lying. Also about the strange badge of honour he prides himself. Melvin wrote furiously for about 20 years while supporting a family, but has since been enjoying himself more. We discuss why he's returned to writing, his first novel for adults, and what to do when you've worked extremely hard on something that turns out to be naff.There is swearing in this episode.You can support the show at patreon.com/writersroutine@writerspodwritersroutine.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Champagne Problems
Listener Spotlight with Alan Burgess

Champagne Problems

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 63:20


Loyal listener Alan Burgess comes on to discuss his incredible journey into sobriety and then his transition back into controlled drinking. He is aware that he's a unicorn when it comes to this kind of evolution and makes it clear he doesn't advise it for others. Alan is an artist, an educator, an activist and a wise man living in Los Angeles and provides valuable insight into our culture of alcohol. Thank you Alan.

For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast
Wine, Food, and Diversity with Noel Burgess

For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 61:12


It's another episode of our cozy fall series; For the Love of Feeding These People. How could we talk about food without talking about one of the things that pairs with it best. Yes, we're talking wine on this week's show, and we've got a knowledgeable, smart and decidedly different wine expert joining Jen to talk through food's most delightful partner. Noel Burgess is a wine writer and influencer who lives in wine country in Northern California. For those of you that love wine, and even better, for those of you who have been looking to add wine to your table, Noel's approach to wine is refreshing to us all. What's great about Noel is that he's on a journey of wine discovery himself—having only started drinking wine less than 5 years ago. He makes wine approachable to all of us and wants us to learn along with him. As Noel likes to say “wines are as diverse as people, spectacular in their perfect imperfections, shaped by their distinct environments, and always evolving.” Sounds like our kind of wine guy. Stick around to the end, where we've picked a dish from Jen's cookbook, Feeding These People, and Noel tells us exactly the right wine to pair with it—just in time for fall entertaining.  * * * Thank you to our sponsors! Rothy's | $20 off your first purchase by visiting Rothys.com/forthelove BetterHelp | Visit BetterHelp.com/forthelove and get 10% off your first month All the Dish Tour | Jen is going on tour! Find your city and get your tickets at jenhatmaker.com.    Thought-Provoking Quotes “Everyone's palate is different. So to me, the overall thing of it is, it's good to you, then it's a quality wine, whether it costs fifty bucks or five bucks.” - Noel Burgess “The wine got my attention, no doubt, but the diversity piece is what really fuels my passion and sustains me in this industry.”  - Noel Burgess “What are they doing when it comes to sustainability? What are they doing when it comes to giving back to the earth or to individuals, charities? Those are things I care about because there's so many different wine brands out there. If you're not exercising these things, why am I drinking your wine?”  - Noel Burgess “I do enjoy working in the industry, but it's really about the people. And that's why I focus on those things in my story, versus talking about the technicality of wine. That's important.”  - Noel Burgess “Even though your palate might expand, this is the best way to put it, it might expand, I don't leave behind the brands that I tried in the beginning that I actually do enjoy the taste.” - Noel Burgess “That outlet to do the things that I love, which is interacting with people and telling real stories, and helping highlight and give a voice to those that don't have as big a voice, is why I'm in HR, is why I'm in the wine, food, travel, hospitality, influencing, print media game, whatever you want to call it. That is the thing, that is the mechanism that I have used to improve the quality of my life.” - Noel Burgess   Guest's LinksNoel's Instagram Noel on Muckrack.com  Noel's website (coming soon)   Mentioned in This EpisodeTheopholis Vineyards   Connect with Jen!Jen's website Jen's Instagram Jen's Twitter Jen's Facebook Jen's YouTube