Jordan Cann is a Martial Arts practitioner, professional dancer, actor, and filmmaker. Because I was a dancer, it made me a better Martial Artist. It made me understand my body a little bit more and how to move it in certain ways. It also helped me improve my technique when it comes to puches, straight lines, and things like that… Jordan Cann - Episode 646 Being a fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is not unusual for us here in our community. The same is true for our guest today, Jordan Cann. Growing up watching TMNT has attached Jordan to Martial Arts, however, he was a dancer first before becoming a Martial Artist. Little did he know, being a dancer will only make him a better Martial Artist. In this episode, Jordan Cann talks about Martial Arts and how it paved the way for him to get projects in Hollywood. Show Notes Check out more about Jordan Cann on his website https://jordacann.com or follow him on Instagram.
Cannibalizations are a widely used aviation practice to bridge the supply gap to fulfill operation requirements. For today's episode, we review a report filed by the General Accounting Office (GAO) about how cannibalizations can adversely affect aviation personnel AND maintenance. We've all, at one point, have done CANNs to make a plane flyable, some at the expense of another aircraft because of operational pressures and revenue. What happens when these "quick fixes" get repeatedly used and then go underreported, or worse, unreported? Do you like this episode? Follow us on Facebook- @cancelledformaintenance, Instagram- @canxformaintenancepodcast.Twitter- @cxmxpodcastWould you like to read the article cited on the show? Visit:https://www.gao.gov/assets/gao-01-693t.pdfVisit our website and check out our merch at www.cancelledformaintenance.com. Have ideas or stories for show? Send us a line at our contact us section of our website!Check out Rockwell Time for awesome outdoor merch and apparel. Use code-CX4MX and save 10%!Tell us how we are doing, leave us a review if you listen to us on Apple, Stitcher, Podchaser, or IHeart Radio!https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/cancelled-for-maintenance-1390148?utm_source=podcaster&utm_medium=feedcta&utm_campaign=CXMXpodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Stacy and Erin sit down with Nick Cann of Nick Cann Photography to hear how he built a wildly successful photography business in a very short time. He shares how he learned the art and what clients can do to get the most out of their listing. ( This episode is brought to you by Hyer Home: www.hyerhome.com )
[Content warning: In this post and the podcast episode, we're going to discuss THC. If you're not yet 21 years old, your brain isn't fully developed - wait for that and then try THC responsibly if you feel like it. If you don't want to hear us talk about THC, just skip to the next episode.] When I was in high school, my entry point to cannabis - like anyone who graduated from high school in the early aughts - was strictly illicit. There was a guy named Sky who always had really strong weed - what one who may not know better would call "good." I was pretty straight laced in high school, but I would have done anything for him to notice me. So, one night I smoked his very strong weed and spiraled into a brain tornado of my parents being disappointed in me. I mean, we also finally made out that night, but you weight the good against the bad, and I'd say this was still a net-negative. Until recreational cannabis was legalized in Illinois, that was my framework: THC turns your brain into your worst anxieties until it wears off. "No, thank you," I'd say. Enter our team's cannabis sherpa, Marie Goodman, who explained dosing, the entourage effect (when you consume THC and CBD at the same time), and also introduced us all to Cann. Cann bills itself as a micro-dosed social tonic. These beverages have 2 mg of THC and 4 mg of CBD, which are infused in beverages with adult and fancy flavors like Lemon Lavender, Blood Orange Cardamom, and Grapefruit Rosemary. Jake Bullock, co-founder and CEO of Cann explained that the flavors are designed to be interesting, but they also lead with the familiar. You know what blood orange is, but you might not know what cardamom tastes like, which allows it to feel familiar, but also adventurous. And for reference, 2 mg of THC is like a 4 on a scale of 1-100 and sky's weed was a 99. Bullock says that this is for a very specific reason: so you can consume cannabis like you would alcohol. Have a drink or two for a restrained evening or a few more to level up your buzz. And Bullock's frame of reference for cannabis is a little different from mine, you'll hear him explain that in the episode. He grew up in Colorado, the first state to legalize recreational use, and that fact was in the back of his mind as he pursued his MBA at Stanford. He knew early on that he wanted to make cannabis more social and unlock the potential of infusing THC into beverages. And that's what he worked on while he was at school, the early prototype of Cann. His co-founder and friend from their days at Bain and Company, Luke Anderson tried the product early. Bullock recalls him saying, "Make this or I will." So his friend and an early believer became a co-founder. On the episode, you'll also hear Bullock talk about - in very loose terms - his excitement for on-premise consumption and the creation of "the bar of the future." Honestly, nothing gets me more excited than the idea of a bar where I can hear you talk and I don't have to scream, "WHAT?" constantly. And as Cann marches towards the future, they have some big-name believers. The Goop Queen herself Gwyneth Paltrow invested an undisclosed amount along with Rebel Wilson, Ruby Rose, Darren Criss and Baron Davis when the group closed a funding round in late 2020. Resources: Find Cann at your local dispensary Follow @DrinkCann on Instagram You can read about Cann's commitment to equity and social justice here. If you love this episode as much as we do, subscribe to the #WeGotGoals podcast wherever you like to listen to podcasts, including on Apple and Spotify (and leave us a rating while you're at it, please).
Pete Cann joins #MikedUp to add positivity and laughter into your day by showcasing the power of Laughter Yoga! Yes, you read that right! Tune in to hear Pete explain it's benefits and you'll have the opportunity to join in on the laughter and feel its amazing benefits first hand! Pete is a committed innovator and risk-taker, and rarely takes the easy route to success, often finding himself following roads less travelled. Cue the laugh track and welcome to the show, Pete Cann, The Laughter Man! Follow Pete: Website: https://PeteCann.com Laughter and Positivity with Pete Podcast: https://petecann.com/podcast/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/petecannthelaughterman/ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thelaughterman/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/thelaughterman Follow Mike: IG, FB, LI, Clubhouse: https://linktr.ee/mikedicioccio 7 Tips to Launch Your Podcast by Social Chameleon: https://www.socialchameleon.us SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LEAVE A REVIEW!
On The Alfred Daily Today: Police seek witnesses after a police car crashes in Cann. A poem of pandemic reflections reminds Motcombe villagers of their strong community. Another new Shaftesbury covid peak – and rises elsewhere in the county. The real Downton Abbey – a talk about life in service on Monday in Shaftesbury. Kate and Karren chat ‘over the garden fence'. Your Shaftesbury weekend what's ons. Hartgrove writer Johnson reads his short story ‘Local Knowledge'. Soundscapes - a woodpecker at Breach Common.
On The Alfred Daily Today: Dorset Council explains planning application and land search delays - again. Why Chinese lanterns filled Motcombe's Turnpike Showground over the weekend. Shaftesbury's Co-Op introduces Formula One tech to improve sustainability Melbury artist opens pop-up Shaftesbury gallery for Blackmore Vale Art Trail. Heading into autumn on Mary Myer's Wardour smallholding. Shaftesbury quilters share lockdown creations in new exhibition. Improving bridleways and boosting biodiversity at Motcombe Meadows. Soundscapes - bees on fuchsia in Cann.
Laughing off adversity can be a difficult thing to do. Sometimes life presses us so hard that laughing becomes difficult. Some research studies have proven that 88% said that laughing helps them face the day to day better. In this episode, I will be sharing how laughing through my adversities has helped me become a better person.Listen in and learn.Key Talking Points of the Episode:Benefits of laughterLaughing off adversityKey Milestones of the Episode:[02:18] How laughter makes your body feel better[03:08] Laughing through adversityStandout Quotes from the Episode:“When we laugh through the adversity, it makes us feel more sort of empty, empowered, it makes us feel more ready to take on the day ready to take on the adversity.”“When we're in a negative vibration, we attract more negative vibrations, negative thoughts and then everything can seem sort of massive.”“If you can rise, right, raise your vibration, free laughter, it makes such a big difference.”The Laughter Man, Pete Cann, is on a fun-filled mission to bring the positive benefits of laughter to the world. Since discovering Laughter Yoga, company owner Pete has transformed his business and family life and now wants to share his infectious secrets and get the planet laughing along with him.You'll find Pete, his trademark red hat and his happy vibe on the following email@example.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/thelaughterman/https://www.instagram.com/petecannthelaughterman/https://www.facebook.com/thelaughtermanhttps://www.youtube.com/c/petecannthelaughtermanhttps://www.tiktok.com/@petecannthelaughterman
On The Alfred Daily Today: Shaftesbury rooftop music session returns this afternoon. Shaftesbury Chinese Takeaway could relocate. Dorset stand-up commits to Shaftesbury Fringe 2022 after ‘standing-room-only' show. Shaftesbury ukulele band encourages extra instruments. St Edwards Way Wareham to Shaftesbury walk will go ahead. Shaftesbury what's ons. Pets win prizes at Shaftesbury Save The Children Fund show. Soundscapes - Tawny owls in Cann.
Die künstliche Intelligenz (KI) ist die wahrscheinlich folgenschwerste technologische Entwicklung unserer Zeit. Dabei stellen sich immer noch viele Fragen – angefangen damit, wie wir mit KI umgehen, wie wir sie nutzen und fördern, wie wir sie in unsere Lebens- und Arbeitswelt verknüpfen. Denn eines steht fest: Von KI dürften hierzulande in den nächsten zehn bis 20 Jahren nicht nur Millionen von Arbeitsplätzen abhängen, sondern auch entscheidende Konsequenzen für die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit der deutschen Wirtschaft entstehen. Mit unserem heutigen Gast Vanessa Cann, Geschäftsführerin des KI-Bundesverbands in Deutschland, wollen wir heute einen Blick auf die Unternehmensseite werfen. Denn obwohl die Bundesrepublik eigentlich eine hervorragende Ausgangsposition in der KI-Forschung einnimmt – unsere Hochschulen in dem Bereich und weitere wissenschaftliche Einrichtungen gehören seit vielen Jahren zu den besten der Welt – tut sich die deutsche Wirtschaft mit der praktischen Anwendung künstlicher Intelligenz bislang auffallend schwer. Kernfrage heute: Welche Anreize bietet KI deutschen Unternehmern und wie können Investitionen stärker gefördert werden? Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter: Website: www.ki-verband.de/# LinkedIn von Vanessa Cann: linkedin.com/in/vanessa-cann LinkedIn von Tilo Bonow: www.linkedin.com/in/tilobonow/ Weitere Folgen von Business Class: @tilobonow Gästevorschläge oder Kontaktaufnahme via E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
On The Alfred Daily Today: Celebrating the Royal Forest linking Shaftesbury, Motcombe and Gillingham. Paul Merefield's Mitre pub quizzes return. Blackmore Vale Art Trail - local artists open homes to art lovers. Festival in Cann will support dog walking for mental wellbeing. Mary Myers gets tips for smallholders -from Gillingham and Shaftesbury show's sheep expert John Gay. A Shaftesbury Fringe concert featuring unexpected instruments with Nick Crump Poetry by Rich Foreman - ‘Solitary Hornbeam, Kingsettle Wood'. Soundscapes - snoring pigs at Twyford.
JD Staley brings the week to a close by covering four captivating stories. First, CANN launches a Caffeinated Cannabis Seltzer. Secondly, California has a flood of bud, but that's not good for cannabis growers. Eaze raises $75 million, buying dispensary chain Green Dragon. Lastly, Gibraltar seizes €15m worth of cannabis resin after high-speed pursuit at sea. www.GreenRush.Report www.twiiter.com/greenrushrep www.SPENT.media
Jen Statsky stops by to talk about her Emmy nominated HBO show Hacks and joins the panel along with Grace Parra Janney to discuss the line between lived experiences and art. Then Paid Leave for All Director Dawn Huckelbridge stops by to talk about the infrastructure bill and the urgent need for universal paid leave now. Then Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco discuss the surge in Afghanistan foreign policy experts in the media, Governor Greg Abbott's colossal failure handling COVID in Texas and toast Pete and Chasten Buttigieg. And finally, unwind with a Cann of weed in Sanity Corner. Show Notes: Paid Leave For All https://paidleaveforall.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Padres are now 7.5 games out of 1st in the NL West an only 3.5 games up on the Reds in the Wild Card. They are officially in a playoff race. Kirk Cousins shows how anti vaxx he is. Beer Friday with Cann. Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Padres are now 7.5 games out of 1st in the NL West an only 3.5 games up on the Reds in the Wild Card. They are officially in a playoff race. Kirk Cousins shows how anti vaxx he is. Beer Friday with Cann. Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Reduce workplace stress by laughing out loud. Dr. Kortni Alston talks with Pete Cann, the laughter man, about laughter yoga. He tells us what it is, the benefits, and how he became a Laughter Yoga facilitator. Pete and Dr. Kortni have a few laughs talking about how levity can level up your well-being at work and home.
Sagi Shrieber on The Commit First Podcast Presents:Overcome Adversity Through Laughter (w/ Pete Cann)SUBSCRIBE HERE:http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sagishrieberYou can also find the show in audio, on your favorite podcasting app:- Spotify: http://sagishrieber.com/spotify- on iTunes: http://sagishrieber.com/itunes- Stitcher: http://sagishrieber.com/stitcherCheck out the Commit First Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/commit.first------------------------********Episode 93 - Overcome Adversity Through Laughter (w/ Pete Cann)*******If you walked into a room full of people laughing their butts off for seemingly no reason, how would you react? Scared, perhaps? Or maybe confused?This was an experience Pete went through during his trip to the WOMAD Festival in 2016. As he passed by, he heard the bellowing laughter of a crowd. Thinking a comedian was on-stage, he decided to let the noise pique his curiosity and walked in to join them. He never expected to see loads of people on the floor just uncontrollably giggling the wind out of their lungs. There was no comedian. What the heck is going on?Laughter Yoga. Those were the words written on the sign by the entrance. What on earth is "Laughter Yoga?"Laughter, as you probably already know, is the natural response of the human body towards something either physically or mentally humorous. It's often an involuntary thing, an expression of amusement. But there's more to laughter than just a reaction, or an expression. To many Laughter Yogis like Pete Cann, Laughter is relief. These yogis really take the term "laughter is the best medicine" on a whole new level.No, Laughter Yoga isn't comedy. It's actually a very unique (and effective) mindset or mood exercise. It's not only for entertainment, but also for one's well-being. At first, it may seem awkward or downright weird. But there's a science to this as well. When you start practicing voluntary laughter and start pumping the oxygen through your system, your brain starts to believe that whatever it is you're laughing about, is actually funny.It all starts snowballing from there. The awkwardness disappears, the "HA HAs" begin heaving out on their own, then you find yourself on the ground- or halfway there- head hanging low and arms around your stomach. By the end of the session, you're all teary-eyed and red. However, most importantly, you feel much better. Laughter Yoga recharges your mood and gives you the much-needed positive energy that your brain needs to function beyond your optimal capacity. Doing things with a cheerful mindset is great!For this episode, I invited one of the most cheerful yogis around- Pete Cann, The Laughter Man. Today, he will be discussing his very own journey as an entrepreneur and laughter yogi. He will also share his own tips and tricks on how to give your life a little more joy through voluntary, uncontrollable and therapeutic laughter. Owning a chef employment agency for the last 13 years, Pete found an opportunity to help himself and many others around the world through laughter. Now called Canned Laughter, his company has helped employees improve their mood within their workplace, resulting in a more positively charged increase in their productivity. Who doesn't like a good laugh?********Topics discussed on the show:********Pete's StoryHow Laughter HelpsLaughter as a BusinessYour Own SupplyThe Laughter MeditationThe Natural ReleasePete's Laughter RoutineLaughter for SleepPete's Visualization BoardThe Password TrickKeeping Your VisionDaring DreamsJoin The Laughter Rooms********You can find Pete at:********Pete's Website:https://petecann.comInstagram:@petecannthelaughterman
CANN is a social tonic micro-dosed with cannabis that gives you a light and uplifted buzz, but has no hangover, fewer empty calories, all-natural ingredients, and no regrets. The future of social drinking. Co-founder Luke Anderson joins Justin to discuss this game-changing brand.
On this episode of Damaged Goods Podcast, Jake's guest is the brains behind Cann.Creative & former recording artist, Donny Goines. The two discuss branching out while remaning creative, making choices to pursue bettering your mental health, depression & anxiety and the music industry, how doing music professionallly can impact your position as a fan, starting his own business and working in the Cannabis industry, herbal medicine VS prescription medication, going vegan & losing weight, and more. Follow Donny @imjustdonny & Jake @jthes @damagedgoodspodcast
By Davy Crockett Professional ultrarunners/pedestrians of the late 1800s and early 1900s were constantly looking for endurance races or head-to-head matches to prove their abilities and make significant amounts of money. During the mid 1880s, some of them, including popular black ultrarunner Frank Hart, changed out their leather running shoes for roller skates during periods of endurance rolling skate fads. Six-day foot race in Madison Square Garden While not technically ultrarunning, the emerging six-day roller skate races mirrored significantly the six-day foot races that had become the most popular spectator sport for several years in the United States. Why not put wheels on those ultrarunning feet and see what could be done? The results were fascinating, and in 1885 the Boston Globe left behind very detailed play-by-play results that revealed what these unique races were like. How many miles could an extreme endurance athlete skate in six days on primitive rolling skates? The Ultrarunning Podcast is included in the People Choice podcast awards in the history category. Please help me by voting for the Ultrarunning History Podcast. During July 2021, go to https://podcastawards.com to register and nominate “Ultrarunning History” in the “History” category. Thanks! Early Roller Skating Roller skating was thought to be invented as early as 1735 by John Joseph Merlin of Belgium. It was said that while showing off his new wheeled shoes at a party in London, that he crashed into a mirror. In the early 1800s roller skates were introduced in isolated cases into the theater as an alternative to ice skating performances. In 1854 a French company performed “La Prophet” in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the entire ballet of one hundred performers appeared on roller skates. 1866 advertisement In 1863, the four-wheeled roller skate, or quad skate, was invented by James Leonard Plimpton making it possible for amateurs to participate. The first public roller rink was opened in 1866 by Plimpton in New York City, who also introduced a roller skating academy. At first, he did not mass-market his patented skate and would only let them be used in rinks with maple floors. Cities including Cincinnati, Ohio and St. Louis, Missouri, opened roller rinks. The main worries were that participants would be careless about their attire and would over-exert themselves. “It is true that roller skating is an exercise which soon throws practitioners into a furious perspiration, but it is an established fact that after a person has become even moderately skilled, and does not get excited and confused, there are hardly more perspiration and fatigue induced than are found in a gentle ramble in the shade.” There was also concern that participants would “find their feet have gone off in an unexpected radiation from a common centre.” Many thought the practice was immoral. “Does it improve a young girl's modesty or morals to fall in a heap on a skating rink floor, in the gaze of hundreds, with perhaps her feet in the air and her clothes tossed over her head? Is it good for her proper training to see other females in such plight?” The Six-Day Race On March 1, 1875, P. T. Barnum, of circus fame, put on the first formal six-day foot race in America, held at his Hippodrome in New York City. It was a $5,000 match race between Edward Payson Weston and Professor Judd. Weston reached 431 miles during that first American six-day race. Six-day cycling started three years later in 1878, in England, with a race between seven competitors held in the Agricultural Hall in London. It was won by W. Cann of Sheffield who reached 1,060 miles. Riders were only allowed to ride 18 hours each day. Into the 1880s, the roller rinks became very successful. In Buffalo, New York, there were at least ten major roller rinks. It was said “If you see a man on the street with a green bag under his arm, no longer set him down as a lawyer.
------------------Support the channel------------ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development done differently. Check the website here: http://enlites.com/ Dr. Mark Stoneking directs the Human Population History Group in the Department of Evolutionary Genetics at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. He is also Honorary Professor of Biological Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. He, along with his doctoral advisor Allan Wilson and a fellow researcher Rebecca L. Cann, contributed to the Out of Africa Theory in 1987 by introducing the concept of Mitochondrial Eve. In this episode, we talk about evolutionary genetics. We start by talking about the discipline of evolutionary genetics, and the kinds of questions it tries to answer. We then talk about the Mitochondrial Eve, the interaction between nuclear and mitochondrial DNA, and how to study paternal lineages. We discuss human genetic diversity, and if the concept of “race” is a scientific one. We then address how genetics can help us understand cultural evolution, and talk specifically about is it is possible to study the evolution of languages through genetics. We tackle other questions about our evolution, including if it is possible to tell which hominin species we evolved from, and why we find less diversity out of Africa. We discuss a study Dr. Stoneking did on the Mlabri, and if contemporary hunter-gatherer societies are good models of ancient ones. Finally, we talk about evidence of recent genetic evolution. -- A HUGE THANK YOU TO MY PATRONS/SUPPORTERS: KARIN LIETZCKE, ANN BLANCHETTE, PER HELGE LARSEN, LAU GUERREIRO, JERRY MULLER, HANS FREDRIK SUNDE, BERNARDO SEIXAS, HERBERT GINTIS, RUTGER VOS, RICARDO VLADIMIRO, CRAIG HEALY, OLAF ALEX, PHILIP KURIAN, JONATHAN VISSER, JAKOB KLINKBY, ADAM KESSEL, MATTHEW WHITINGBIRD, ARNAUD WOLFF, TIM HOLLOSY, HENRIK AHLENIUS, JOHN CONNORS, PAULINA BARREN, FILIP FORS CONNOLLY, DAN DEMETRIOU, ROBERT WINDHAGER, RUI INACIO, ARTHUR KOH, ZOOP, MARCO NEVES, COLIN HOLBROOK, SUSAN PINKER, THOMAS TRUMBLE, PABLO SANTURBANO, SIMON COLUMBUS, PHIL KAVANAGH, JORGE ESPINHA, CORY CLARK, MARK BLYTH, ROBERTO INGUANZO, MIKKEL STORMYR, ERIC NEURMANN, SAMUEL ANDREEFF, FRANCIS FORDE, TIAGO NUNES, BERNARD HUGUENEY, ALEXANDER DANNBAUER, OMARI HICKSON, FERGAL CUSSEN, YEVHEN BODRENKO, HAL HERZOG, NUNO MACHADO, DON ROSS, JONATHAN LEIBRANT, JOÃO LINHARES, OZLEM BULUT, NATHAN NGUYEN, STANTON T, SAMUEL CORREA, ERIK HAINES, MARK SMITH, J.W., JOÃO EIRA, TOM HUMMEL, SARDUS FRANCE, DAVID SLOAN WILSON, YACILA DEZA-ARAUJO, IDAN SOLON, DMITRY GRIGORYEV, TOM ROTH, DIEGO LONDOÑO CORREA, YANICK PUNTER, ADANER USMANI, CHARLOTTE BLEASE, NICOLE BARBARO, ADAM HUNT, PAWEL OSTASZEWSKI, AL ORTIZ, NELLEKE BAK, KATHRINE AND PATRICK TOBIN, GUY MADISON, GARY G HELLMANN, SAIMA AFZAL, ADRIAN JAEGGI, NICK GOLDEN, PAULO TOLENTINO, AND JOÃO BARBOSA! A SPECIAL THANKS TO MY PRODUCERS, YZAR WEHBE, JIM FRANK, ŁUKASZ STAFINIAK, IAN GILLIGAN, SERGIU CODREANU, LUIS CAYETANO, TOM VANEGDOM, CURTIS DIXON, BENEDIKT MUELLER, VEGA GIDEY, AND NIRUBAN BALACHANDRAN! AND TO MY EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS, MICHAL RUSIECKI, ROSEY, JAMES PRATT, AND MATTHEW LAVENDER!
This was such a great podcast full of fun and laughter. My guest was Pete Cann also known as ‘the laughter man' The Laughter Man, Pete Cann is on a fun filled mission to bring the positive benefits of laughter to the world. Since discovering Laughter Yoga, company owner Pete has transformed his business and family life and now wants to share his infectious secrets and get the planet laughing along with him. We talk about
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The Jordan Cann Interview Like, Comment,SUBSCRIBE Actor, Film writer, and professional dancer Jordan Cann chops it up with Freshsqueezed to speak about his film Street Dreams LA, dancing with some of the biggest names in music, and his craziest experience in his career. Follow Jordan ✊
On this episode of the To Be Blunt Podcast, Shayda Torabi welcomes Tyler Prough, the West Coast Sales Manager for Rokin, Inc, to talk about everything vape related from Nicotine or THC vapes, to legislative laws and regulations against vaping, to the Texas smokeable ban and more! You don't want to miss this episode! It's packed with juuls and golden nuggets. [00:01 – 09:44] Introducing Tyler Prough[09:45 – 21:41] The Start of Rokin Inc; A Family Owned and Operated Business on the Cutting Edge of the Vape Industry [21:42 – 29:17] How We Got Into The Vape Crisis and What Got Us Out [29:18 –44:31] Why Illegalization Incentivises the Black Market [44:32 – 45:22] Smoke Lounges in Nevada [50:10 – 51:55] Closing Segment Tyler Prough is the West Coast Sales Manager for Rokin, Inc. He's a 34 year old living in Las Vegas, NV and is a passionate cannabis enthusiast, daily dabber, wanna be pro golfer, drummer, and VGK and Steeler fan. Happily married to his beautiful wife Kristin, they recently became first time parents to their son Landyn. Tyler is a proud UNLV Rebel alum with a BS in Business Management. Tyler has been working in the NV legal cannabis industry since 2016. He's helped co-launch a successful cannabis focused vape manufacturing company with multiple years of over 100% continued growth. He has also done sales contract work for various THC brands (Cann) and CBD products. He's established well over 120+ accounts throughout the US with Rokin Vapes. Tyler has over 13+ years in retail general management, direct sales/account management, trade show and event sales, successful brand management and new market development management.Connect with Tyler on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @tyler_cannabizproCheck out https://www.rokinvapes.com/ and Rokin Vapes' Instagram and Twitter @rokinvapesShayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at @theshaydatorabi Key Quotes:“The vape crisis was just the convenience, the popularity of these carts overshadowed what the legal cannabis market was. And so obviously black market loves this stuff too as well. And so without the states participating or getting involved and passing legislation to enact cannabis businesses to operate within their state, you have no choice but these black market people thrive. And these guys don't care about safety.” - Tyler Prough SPONSORSHIP is brought to you by Restart CBD. Check them out for your CBD needs!LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to join me for episodes featuring some serious cannabis industry by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes. You can listen to my podcast on Spotify,RESTART CBD RESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.com
Top player development specialist Rashid “Shine” Cann joined me to discuss everything ranging from adapting to a crazy 2020, the keys to his training success, how he has helped developed a plethora of D1 players(pros as well) and much more! Shine is the personal trainer to the likes of Jordan Ford, Jordan Brown, Isa Silva, Tyrell Roberts, and Noah Blackwell! Before becoming a skills trainer, he leveraged a successful high school and college playing career to play professionally overseas. Make sure to listen in and get ready for Shine to deliver some Strayt Talk on this episode!!! •The Strayt Talk With Strayhand Podcast is available on all major platforms! •Follow Oddie Strayhand on Instagram @strayhand https://www.instagram.com/strayhand •Follow Shine Cann on Instagram @shine.cann
On this episode of the To Be Blunt Podcast, Shayda Torabi has on Blair Markell, the Head of Strategy for Cann, one of the best-selling cannabis beverages in the country, to talk all about the cannabis beverage space, D2C channels and navigating delivery, and how social tonics are changing the landscape of cannabis beverages. There is so much attention, excitement, and consumption for cannabis canned beverages; it's capturing a new consumer. According to Fortune Business Insights, the global cannabis beverages market stood at 367 million in 2019. It is projected to reach 1520 1 million by 2027. [00:01 – 08:30] Getting to Know Blair Markell and The Story of Cann [08:31 – 18:37] How Cann Went From Zero to a 23.4% Market Share [18:38 – 32:11] Launching Direct To Consumer Channels and Navigating Cannabis Delivery Services [32:11 –43:08] Cann's Brand Vision and How Social Tonics are Changing the Game [43:09 – 45:22] Lessons Learned from Bringing Cann into National Markets [45:23 – 50:51] Closing Segment Blair Markell is the Head of Strategy for Cann, microdosed social tonics that are the #1 selling THC beverage in California. With a background in cognitive psychology and consumer research, Blair was drawn by the challenge and opportunity inherent in changing people's associations, beliefs, and behaviors around cannabis. She has her MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a Bachelors in Psychology from Duke University.Follow Blair on LinkedIn (in/blair-ballard/)Follow Cann on Instagram @drinkcann and visit their website http://drinkcann.com/Shayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at @theshaydatorabi Key Quotes:“What we had to do early on was to get the entire supply chain of the cannabis industry between retailers, distributors and manufacturers to actually believe in the future of this microdose beverage category that not only never existed, but the entire industry was not built to support.” - Blair Markell “In the marketing space as almost anyone who works anywhere in this space knows, it's really, really hard to market at scale outside of compliant cannabis channels. And so there's not really a playbook that we can follow, which I find very challenging yet very rewarding.” - Blair Markell SPONSORSHIP is brought to you by Restart CBD. Check them out for your CBD needs!LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to join me for episodes featuring some serious cannabis industry by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes. You can listen to my podcast on Spotify, Stitcher, Buzzsprout, iTunes.RESTART CBD RESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.com
Drag legend Alaska Thunderfuck (winner of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars) rejoins the guys this week (that's right, REPEAT GUEST!) to talk about everything from Pittsburgh to Alaska's new single ROY G BIV BBT and, believe it or not, the Charles In Charge theme song also comes up. They also enjoy a delicious CANN beverage (drinkcann.com). But first, the guys weigh-in on the recent controversial remarks of congressional candidate (and ex-con) Omar Navarro about Disney's embrace of the gay agenda (spoiler alert: they spend more time talking about Faye Dunaway). And finally, in the spirit of June LGBT Pride month, Eliot asks the guys about what in the community makes them most swell with pride. Their answers might (or actually might not) surprise you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colum McCann est un écrivain irlandais né en 1965. Après avoir été journaliste, il commence à écrire des romans en 1995 et accède à la notoriété avec Et que le vaste monde poursuive sa course folle (Let The Great World Spin, 2009) primé à de nombreuses occasions. Il vit à New York où il enseigne l'écriture créative.
Jake Bullock is the co-founder and CEO of Cann - a cannabis-infused beverage brand. Enjoy! SimpliFinance with Shane White is now proudly brought you by ROUTINE! Head over to yourroutine.com and try their newest product "Morning Routine". Use code "ShaneWhite30" at checkout for 30% off your first order! ---------- Helpful Links https://drinkcann.com/ Instagram: @drinkcann @jakeybully Whoop (1 free month): https://join.whoop.com/#/C20648 Robinhood: http://join.robinhood.com/shanew1 COVID Stock Market Rebound Tracker: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-ayygZVOqsqPuqAWmmIFm7qj2Mymw86OKd7UvQiPx1o/edit?pli=1#gid=0 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/simplifinance/support
Bill Moses had a gut feeling. Having made his mark in non-alcoholic beverages as the co-founder and former CEO of probiotic drink and kombucha brand KeVita, Moses saw an opportunity to re-imagine the beverage alcohol space via a better-for-you platform of products. Shortly before the sale of KeVita to Pepsico in 2016, one that netted over $230 million, he launched Fermented Sciences, a platform dedicated to developing and launching “innovative fermented beverage brands to transform the alcohol industry.” In February of 2018, the company introduced its first brand, Flying Embers, which debuted with a line of organic hard kombucha. Flying Embers quickly emerged as a leading player in the burgeoning space and has since launched several other beverage lines, including hard seltzer, beer infused with functional ingredients and a recently introduced Champagne-style product called Kombucha Bubbly. Amid a growing portfolio and surging sales -- less than a year in, Flying Embers hard seltzer is among the top brands in the category -- Moses is motivated by the momentum he sees for better-for-you alcoholic drinks. He’ll note, however, that maintaining the company’s pace requires an intense focus and thoughtful strategy, each of which he outlined in an interview featured in this episode. As part of our conversation, Moses spoke about his vision for Fermented Sciences within the context of macro trends that are shaping the food and beverage industry, how the company most effectively allocates resources across its product lines and why having “the least polarizing liquid” is a key to its innovation strategy. He also compared raising capital for Kevita and Fermented Sciences, why personal relationships with distribution partners are critical to the success of Flying Embers and the importance of finding balance amid an intense drive to win. Show notes: 0:46: It’s An UnCANNy Resemblance. Plus, New Products Galore And A Slim Jim Smackdown -- The hosts chatted about the benefits of BevNET and NOSH’s upcoming Boot Camp and Virtually Live events and why a fast-growing “social tonic” brand introduced an “uncannabated” product line. They also praised several new products, including an avocado hummus, cookie bites, enhanced water and a cauliflower-based veggie burger. They also snapped into Slim Jims. 18:01: Interview: Bill Moses, Founder/CEO, Fermented Sciences -- Taste Radio editor Ray Latif spoke with Moses for an expansive interview that began with an examination of the entrepreneur’s work schedule, which includes several board and advisory commitments. Moses also explained why Fermented Sciences has raised $50 million to date, how his experience with Kevita shaped his perspective on capital needs and how he analyzed the opportunity for hard kombucha. Later, he discussed the company's approach to new product development, particularly as it relates to traditional categories, how Flying Embers is managing a category leading brand and one that’s playing in a hot and highly competitive space and why it’s focusing on a “Power of the Pair” strategy at retail. Moses also spoke about the importance of recruiting the best talent, the elements of a winning culture and hinted that Fermented Sciences might not be his last rodeo. Brands in this episode: Flying Embers, KeVita, Cann, Hope Foods, Post Meridiem, Nature’s Heart, Dr Praeger’s, Theo Chocolate, Chiki Chiki Boom Boom, Esse Water, Shine Water, Ayoba, Slim Jim, Jeni’s Ice Cream, Koia, Iconic Protein, Vive Organic, Wilde Brands
CANN “I” TRAVEL?....Yes you CANN! And if your a cannabis enthusiast then the choices just keep growing. We have rounded up some of the industry leaders in this new section of travel. From Bus/Growroom tours through LA, With @WEEDBUSLA to large scale outdoor grows in Nor Cal with @humboldtcannabistours We will also climb the trees of Washington state and hang out with @TREEHOUSEJOINT If you wanna have a memorable ( or not depending how much you smoke) Birthday wedding or other event this is the place. And if you just don't know where to go or what to do then our friends Over at @HIGHERWAYTRAVEL April and Bobby Black have their finger on the pulse, whether it's I. Jamacia , Costa Rica , Barcelona Or the good ole USA these guys will get you set up so you can do what you came to do get really Stoned ....so pack your bags make sure your passport is up to date and don't forget to water your plants before you leave! #sagemastaselect #cannatravel #weedbusla #treehousejoint #humboltcannabistours #iluminarlighting #seedsherenow #cannected
Lauren and Michelle bring a bit of closure to the Rachel Hollis saga as they discuss the most recent apology issued on her podcast. Tune in as the sisters catch up and also do a little cannabis beverage taste test. Hot Topics: Languishing, Cann, and Dirty Dancing tutorials Resource Links: 1906 Drink Cann Rachel Hollis Podcast: A Message From Rachel Nature: Tips From Neuroscience To Keep You Focused On Hard Tasks NYT: There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing Anchor: Support Our Small Business --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cozy-conversations/support
The post 420 420 special where Matt Beckley co-hosted and Cann, Blogie Blunts, American Teeth, and Stoney Slice all called in! The post Blogie Blunts, Cann, American Teeth, Stoney Slice, Co-host Matt Beckley first appeared on idobi Network.
During the most challenging moments in his company’s development, Ryan Close, the founder and CEO of Bartesian, a maker of innovative counter-top machines that produce premium cocktails on demand, would repeat the same mantra: “Let’s move this thing yard by yard, look up every few yards and see where we are.” Seven years after its debut, Bartesian is now galloping in full stride. The fast-growing company generated a 975% increase in revenue in 2020 amid a pandemic that saw a boom in at-home drinking occasions and came on the heels of the brand’s inclusion in Oprah Winfrey’s acclaimed Favorite Things of 2019 list. Following its breakout year, Bartesian today announced the completion of a $20 million Series A funding round led by venture capital firm Cleveland Avenue and that actress Mila Kunis has joined the company’s advisory board. Similar to a Keurig coffee machine, Bartesian uses capsules that contain pre-blended liquid mixers. At the push of a button, the machine blends the mixers with base spirits that are preloaded into the unit to create a variety of high quality cocktails. According to Close, the company has hundreds of thousands of customers that have purchased the machine and buy its capsules on a regular basis. Bartesian is backed by several high-profile investment partners, including Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts and spirits conglomerate Beam Suntory, along with Cleveland Avenue, all participating in a 2019 funding round that raised $6 million. In an interview included in this episode, Close spoke about how he identified the potential for an automated cocktail machine, mapping out a strategy that encompasses appliance technology, mixology and marketing, identifying the most important attributes of the brand and why he says that he’s not trying to put bars out of business. 0:45: Shroomin’ On A Friday Afternoon. Plus, Expo West Galleries (Sans Expo). -- The podcast’s hosts riffed on recent photo galleries on BevNET and NOSH that featured dozens of new products introduced over the past month, discussed a boom in mushroom-centric brands and highlighted several snacks and drinks that they munched and sipped on over the past couple weeks. 23:02: Interview: Ryan Close, Founder/CEO, Bartesian -- Close spoke with Taste Radio editor Ray Latif about what inspired him to launch Bartesian, why overconfidence was helpful early on, why B2B sales were key to the company’s initial funding strategy and the partnership that provided critical working capital during its first few years. He also discussed how the deal with Beam Suntory came together, how Bartesian communicates long-term value to its customers, how he assesses opportunities to scale and why he views competition as important to the company’s growth. Brands in this episode: Recess, Honest Tea, Eat The Change, Beyond Meat, Earth & Star, Pan’s Mushroom Jerky, Shroomi, Shroom Shot, Four Sigmatic, Riff, GoodSport, Casamera Club, CANN, Local Roots, Elenita, Cafe Spice, Bohana, Lundberg Family Farms, Ithaca Hummus, Hendrick’s Gin, Amass Spirits, Sound Sparkling, Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark
Daryn and Liz sit down with founders of the hit cannabis beverage company, CANN, and chat about challenging stereotypes and misconceptions around bisexuality, fitting in within the Queer community and how they are providing an alternative to alcohol for the masses.
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