The ‘Alalā is a crow species that only lives on Hawai'i. In the 1990s, the species was on the verge of extinction. So biologists decided to raise ‘Alalā in captivity, aiming to release them once the captive population was big enough. But these intelligent birds have to learn many skills to survive in the wild, such as communication skills and avoiding predators. Several ‘Alalā were released and seemed to get the hang of avoiding hawks. These experienced birds returned to captivity and could help pass on their knowledge to the next generation.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
Hey Y'all Hey! Welcome to another season of Say It To Me Nice podcast! Listen in as I tackle one of my favorite topics, Fellatio aka the art of sucking d*ck. Yep! We are talking all things oral sex for the penis and how sucking dick can increase YOUR pleasure. I give a few of my favorite tips on how to work the tip...you see what I did there? Clever...Clever. I, also, talk what's to come for Say It To Me Nice this season and how this season will be the best YET! So share this podcast with you family, friends, or another BIPOC woman who would love our mission of closing the orgasm gap! Shout out to one of my favorite podcasters, Enero w/ Sidepiece Season podcast. Go follow him on IG @sidepiece_season. Sidepiece Season Podcast is available on all podcasting platforms including Apple Podcast and Google Podcast. Follow me on IG @SayItToMeNicePodcast Follow me on TIKTOK @SayItToMeNicePodcast Follow me on Twitter @SayItToMeNicePodcast If you are struggling with mismatched libido in your relationship, desiring a better, more pleasurable sex life, struggling with anorgasmia, book a 1:1 sex coaching or sex counseling session with me by clicking -> https://www.bgilescoaching.com/book-online (Book Online | bgilescoaching)
In this episode of Loan Officer Freedom, the #1 podcast for loan officers nationwide, I'm joined by one of our leaders in the Freedom Club, Rachel Tarman, as she shows us how she closes about $3.3MM per month doing only what she loves doing... Business Development Rep… She explains what her role in the business is and how it works fantastic because she loves doing what she does and the relationships she builds with referral partners are strong and nurtured. You'll hear how she shakes the apple trees, and then let's them make the apple sauce. Tune in to learn how this Business Development Rep (BDR) is making the most out of the leads she is bringing in by simply paying attention to them. If you're a loan officer looking for ways to bring in more leads for your mortgage business with ways that are proven to work, schedule a call here with one of our team members and we will map that out for you.
Season 2 Ep 3: “You're the Bottom End of Clever and the Top End of Thick”This week Jon Richardson grills Matt Forde on the worst corner ever taken in the Premier League, Nottingham Forest's first defeat and the role that Fordey played in Jesse Lingard's dismal start.We hear from the ghost of Brian Clough and Churchill and we introduce some new features: ‘Fordey's Stat Pack', ‘Jon Richardson's Fact' and we introduce a 'Panic-o-meter' for Nottingham Forest's season.Elsewhere we hear why Jon was alone carrying a bear at a miniature railway and why he threw an ice cream into the grass.Send us any new format ideas or correspondence to: email@example.com or tweet us @Comediansfpl.Follow the podcast on Twitter (@comediansfpl), Instagram (ComediansplayingFPL) and Facebook (@comediansfpl)Share, subscribe, AND PLEASE REVIEW - it makes the world of difference. Join our FPL Fan League here: fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/4r6j9k… League Code: 4r6j9kTo get money of Roosters Brewery beers - Head to www.roosters.co.uk and enter code CPFPL20 at checkout to get 20% off everything (*excludes gift vouchers and events) until the end of September, with free shipping on orders over £50. A ‘Cluck & Collect' service is also available too!
We are rebroadcasting some of our favorite episodes while we recharge our batteries with a summer break. Enjoy and we'll be back with fresh episodes soon!LA-based interior designer Kelly Wearstler recounts to Amy and Jaime the journey from creating and selling crafts in her youth to building her namesake global lifestyle brand. Along the way she's worked waiting tables, battled painful shyness, and become a hockey mom. She also describes her closet in mouth-watering, vivid detail. Images and more from our guest!Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydeversIf you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Chris Modl.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lyn McFarlane is a Canadian-Australian writer and lawyer whose debut novel. 'The Scarlet Cross' was recently released by Pantera Press. A complex and intriguing crime thriller that takes a thought-provoking look at the healthcare system along with the justice system in North America. So very topical in light of recent events in the United States. Clever and twisty, this book held me in its clutches as I raced to the last page, desperate to know how it would all end. I was delighted to speak with Lyn on the podcast a little while back.
Ryan has the great idea of starting the show with girlfriend cheating stories, a guy is trying to trade a cheese string online and we give him a call. Ryan is triggered by Italian pizza. Gay Nazis with monkey pox are taking over Ireland and its giving people anxiety. All this and more on this weeks Clever Name Podcast.
Squiz Kids is an award-winning, free daily news podcast just for kids. Give us ten minutes, and we'll give you the world. A short podcast that gives kids the lowdown on the big news stories of the day, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour.‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties' (A Squiz Parent)This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the daily routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them.Fun. Free. Fresh. LINKSMr Beast gives away an islandhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2isYuQZMbdUWant to hear Squiz Kids Shortcuts + Squiz The World podcasts? Teachers: Squiz Kids for Schools - Free 30 Day Trial: https://www.squizkids.com.au/squiz-kids-for-schools/Parents: Squiz Kids Apple Subscriber Content - Free Trial: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/squiz-kids/id1494238283Squiz Kids Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/squizkids/?hl=enGot a birthday coming up and you want a shout-out? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Each week I am going to recap the implementable ideas from this week's full length podcast. Consider me your accountability fairy! Here are the Action Items to Tuesday's podcast: Clever Productivity Solutions to Short, Medium and Long-Term Tasks -------------------------------------------------- LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE:Connect with Avi on LinkedIn HereDownload Avi's PDF HereWant to hang out with me, Matt Jarvis, Steven Jarvis and some other amazing advisors at The Perfect RIA Pre-conference Event at XYPN Live? Check out this link!Curious about the Efficient Advisor Group Coaching & Mastermind? Get on the waitlist here for more information on the next session coming this August. Successful businesses don't get built alone. You need community! You need collaboration! Join us in The Efficient Advisor Community on Facebook.Check out more FREE resources and our FREE video library at http://www.theefficientadvisor.comLooking for all the resources from this episode? Check out this episode's webpage for show notes, transcripts, downloads and more!
We are rebroadcasting some of our favorite episodes while we recharge our batteries with a summer break. Enjoy and we'll be back with fresh episodes soon!Artist and designer, Chris Schanck, moved upwards of 22 times in his youth. He credits Uncle Rocco with firing up his creative engine at an early age, and an arts magnet school in adolescence with “saving his life.” That's not an overstatement. Fast forward a few years and he's developed a distinct visual language, has a solo show at a prestigious gallery under his belt, and critically successful body of work. Now, he's built a life and studio in Detroit, where he is attempting to put down some roots. Images and more from our guest!Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydeversIf you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Alex Perez.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Running a financial planning practice is a lot like being the ringmaster of a 47-circle circus. We manage a lot of chaos… and when done well, we put on a heck of a show! But, often when you step out of the light, you feel a little… exhausted. Every ringmaster loves a good life hack. You know, the kind that helps you get something done faster, the kind that helps you stay organized or the kind that frees up your time to work on the stuff that really matters. In today's episode we're really going to focus on the 3 different areas we need to be employing these productivity strategies to manage our circus:SHORT TERM: The time-sensitive stuff that needs to get done right now – the tasksMEDIUM TERM: The projects we have going on – little longer in timeframe, and a little longer in scopeLONG TERM: The big picture things – the CEO stuff. Business building and scaling.Come one, come all! Join Productivity Coach Avi Friedman and I to explore different ways that you can get and keep your “ish” together while moving forward on your big goals. ----------------------LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE: Connect with Avi on LinkedIn Here Download Avi's PDF HereWant to hang out with me, Matt Jarvis, Steven Jarvis and some other amazing advisors at The Perfect RIA Pre-conference Event at XYPN Live? Check out this link!Curious about the Efficient Advisor Group Coaching & Mastermind? Get on the waitlist here for more information on the next session coming this August. Successful businesses don't get built alone. You need community! You need collaboration! Join us in The Efficient Advisor Community on Facebook.Check out more FREE resources and our FREE video library at http://www.theefficientadvisor.comLooking for all the resources from this episode? Check out this episode's webpage for show notes, transcripts, downloads and more!
Mike chats with Alexander Karan, CTO of Climate Clever, where "You can't manage what you don't measure" is a mantra. Climate Clever is an API-first company helping businesses, schools, and homeowners in Australia manage and minimize their carbon footprints. Climate Clever - https://www.climateclever.org/ Alexander's recent Article on APIs You Won't Hate: Modern API deployment options in the cloud Scope 1 and Scope 2 Inventory Guidance - US EPA Alexander Karan (@alexanderkaran_) on twitter Thank you so much to our sponsors: Lob: https://lob.com/careers Treblle: https://treblle.com/apisyoulove
Ryan is all worked up about something, the guys are going to open a weed shop and gyms need to run on people running. We run primordial's gauntlet and watch all the awful videos in our discord. We get an excerpt from the Hugo nominated book Space Raptor Butt Trilogy. We find out there was a musical mad about the biggest drug bust that happened in our town and we find the promo video. All this and more on this weeks Clever Name Podcast.
The Gray Man: After last week's huge sponsorship of The Gray Man, Jim decides to check out the film AND HE IS NOT HAPPY.Mike Movies: Jim also watched Honor Society, which appears to be a classic "Mike Movie" so we learn about others like The In Between and Where The Crawdads Sing.CANTOPOP: First we view a Final Destination-esque video of "Mirror" performing and some of their members getting crushed by a giant screen, then we discover and love CANTOPOPI LOVE TO WIN!, GREATEST OF ALL TIME!, LYING TO YOURSELF!, PLAYERS!, REAL ONES!, PATREON!, ROLLERBALL!, PODCAST!, BLACK BLUES MUSICIANS!, PODCAST JOURNEY!, JOE ROGAN!, VINCE MCMAHON!, JORDAN!, THE WEEKND!, HORROR NIGHTS!, SPONSORSHIP!, CONTRACTS!, ADS!, THE GRAY MAN!, NETFLIX!, DUE DILIGENCE!, RYAN GOSLING!, CHRIS EVANS!, ANA DE ARMAS!, BILLY BOB THORNTON!, MEDIOCRE!, THE IRISHMAN!, BIRD BOX!, RED NOTICE!, RYAN REYNOLDS!, THE ROCK!, GAL GADOT!, EXTRACTION!, SAM HARGRAVE!, CHERRY!, DRIVE!, FIRST MAN!, RULES!, THE GOOD GUYS!, THE NICE GUYS!, DERIVITATIVE!, SIERRA SIX!, THE WINTER SOLDIER!, JOHN WICK!, AVENGERS INFINITY WAR!, ENDGAME!, COURT GENTRY!, COOL MOMENT!, UNCHARTED!, CARGO PLANE!, CGI!, CONFUSING!, STUPID!, MISSION IMPOSSIBLE!, CLEVER!, TACTICAL!, STABBED!, HEDGE MAZE!, MICHAEL BAY!, DRONE SHOTS!, HONOR SOCIETY!, AMERICAN VANDAL!, STRANGER THINGS!, GATEN MATARAZZO!, ANGOURIE RICE!, ELECTION!, MCLOVIN!, SOME TROPES!, THE IN BETWEEN!, JOEY KING!, CAR ACCIDENT!, HEATH LEDGER!, LOVELY BONES!, RAPIST!, WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING!, SWAMP GIRL!, LOVE TRIANGLE!, DRUNK ABUSIVE FATHER!, DELIA OWENS!, READ AND WRITE!, ABUSIVE!, DRUNK!, TOWNIE!, POACER!, AFRICA!, ZAMBIA!, ELEPHANTS!, THE WEEKND!, AFTER HOURS!, HORROR!, UNIVERSAL ORLANDO!, BEHEADED!, BEVERLY!, DRINK AROUND THE WORLD!, EPCOT!, HOOBASTANK!, PIZZA!, FOOD AND WINE!, FINAL DESTINATION!, CHINA!, HONG KONG!, CANTOPOP!, ACCIDENT!, LED SCREEN!, ACCIDENT!, BOY BANDS!, 12 MEMBERS!, KELSEY GRAMMAR!, ICH MI MA!, BOSS!, DISNEYLAND!, TWICE! DAD'S GOOGLE HISTORY!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
This is a clever move by Nanaia Mahuta to try to essentially force Māori wards on councils, or at least make it very hard for councils to resist introducing Maori wards. Mahuta has slipped a change into a piece of legislation that will make it mandatory for councils every six years to consider whether they should introduce Maori wards. When they meet for their six-yearly Representation Review, the first step councils must take must be a decision about whether to establish Māori wards or constituencies. That makes it very likely, doesn't it, that a lot of councils will opt to introduce Māori wards. Because if they consider the wards and then actively choose not to introduce them, what are they? They're racists. And no one wants to be called a racist so they'll probably just end up taking the easy option and introducing the Māori wards. Clever politics, Nanaia. And what's more, because she popped these changes into an omnibus piece of law with a whole bunch of other boring, technical changes for local elections most people seem to have totally missed it. In fact, from what I can see, no one's reported on it in the 26+ hours since she put out her press release. What's especially clever here is that Nanaia is forcing something on ratepayers that ratepayers don't want, but really can't stop. Māori wards are historically deeply unpopular. In the nearly two decades since 2002, 24 councils tried to introduce Māori wards and only two ended up being successful. For example, Taranaki: their attempt in 2015 ended up voted down by 83 percent of ratepayers. But Nanaia's now changed the environment so substantially that it feels like Māori wards are now more likely than not. Remember last year? She took away the right of ratepayers to have referenda on Māori wards. Now, 35 councils will have Māori wards or constituencies at this year's election You can say a lot of disparaging things about Nanaia Mahuta but what you have concede is that when it comes to really applying herself to undermining democracy she can be very strategic and clever. Well played Nanaia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Noora's life is a little off track. She's an aspiring writer and amateur blogger in New York—which is a nice way of saying that she tutors rich Upper East Side kids and is currently crashing on her sister's couch. But that's okay. Noora has Leila, who has always been her rock, and now she has another major influence to lean on: Vinyl magazine. The pages of Vinyl practically raised Noora, teaching her everything from how to properly insert a tampon to which political ideology she subscribes to. So when she lands a highly coveted job as assistant to Loretta James, Vinyl's iconic editor-in-chief, Noora can't believe her luck. Her only dream is to write for Vinyl, and now with her foot firmly in the door and the Loretta James as her mentor, Noora is finally on the right path... or so she thinks. Loretta is an unhinged nightmare, insecure and desperate to remain relevant in an evolving media landscape she doesn't understand. Noora's phone buzzes constantly with Loretta's bizarre demands, particularly with tasks Loretta hopes will undermine the success of Vinyl's wunderkind digital director Jade Aki. The reality of Noora's job is nothing like she expected, and a misguided crush on the hot IT guy only threatens to complicate things even more. But as Loretta and the old-school print team enter into a turf war with Jade and the woke-for-the-wrong-reasons digital team, Noora soon finds herself caught in the middle. And with her dream job on the line, she'll need to either choose a side or form her own. Clever, incisive, and thoroughly fun, A Hundred Other Girls is an insider's take on the changing media industry, an ode to sisterhood, and a profound exploration of what it means to chase your dreams. Author Iman Hariri is in conversation with Gabrielle Korn. The conversation is moderated by Lance Morgan. _______________________________________________ Produced by Nat Freeman, Lance Morgan, & Michael Kowaleski. Theme: "I Love All My Friends," an unreleased demo by Fragile Gang.
We are rebroadcasting some of our favorite episodes while we recharge our batteries with a summer break. Enjoy and we'll be back with fresh episodes soon!Designer, artist, author & influencer Justina Blakeney spent her youth teaching art to abused/neglected teenage girls at a residential treatment program run by her parents, where she witnessed the healing power of art & kindness. After formative years in Switzerland and Italy, she settled in Los Angeles and harnessed the Internet to build Jungalow, an immensely popular lifestyle brand inspired by her travels & her multicultural background, fueled by a deep belief in the empowering magic of art and kindness. Images and more from our guest!Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydeversIf you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Alex Perez.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Chris Hansen is on Cameo and its not worth it but Stitches the rapper is worth every penny. Black Trans Abortion advocate Alex Stein, our favorite troll is back at it again so we go through his best hits. Alex visits the capitol steps to tell AOC that she is his favorite big booty Latina (LATINX). Which leads up to ask the age old questions "is there AOC deep fake porn?". Short Answer, yes A lot. A brazilin Doctor was caught jamming is genitals in to unconscious patients mouths and that is frowned on in Brazil. All this and So Much More On This Weeks Clever Name Podcast.
This week, Adrian sleepily kills some aliens, Zach bears around on a map, and Jeff enjoys some KDM death. 00:01:19 - What have we been playing?: LE: Aliens, Cribbage, JIME, Coup, KDM 00:31:02 - Banter! featuring: New car, beer 00:50:36 - News: Spiel Winner 00:52:33 - News: Wordle BG 00:56:05 - News: Squid Games Boardgame 00:58:42 - News: King's Dilemma Video Game 01:01:15 - News: Gencon FFG 01:05:54 - KS: Wyrmwood DM Screen 01:11:19 - KS: Moon MHGG Twitch Slack Channel Patreon Guild
Thanks for joining the discussion, leaving that 5 Star Rating, and Subscribing! Leave a Question or a Comment. Email BrightBlackwood@gmail.com or go to https://www.brightblackwood.com/ Blog https://brightblackwoodtarot.wordpress.com/ The Purpose of The Bright Blackwood Tarot Podcast is to Motivate, Empower & Encourage. As always take what resonates with you and leave what does not. Handy Tools For Fortune Tellers Tarot Journals to Record Readings with Symbols Chart https://smile.amazon.com/Fortune-Tellers-Journal-Keyword-Readings/dp/B0B691C8NK/ref=sr_1_2?crid=358KYC35XN5LY&keywords=tarot+journal+bright+blackwood&qid=1657715377&sprefix=tarot+journal+bright+blackwood%2Caps%2C41&sr=8-2 https://smile.amazon.com/Fortune-Tellers-Journal-Keyword-Readings/dp/B0B5M7CJBS/ref=sr_1_5?crid=358KYC35XN5LY&keywords=tarot+journal+bright+blackwood&qid=1657715450&sprefix=tarot+journal+bright+blackwood%2Caps%2C41&sr=8-5 For more discussion and articles related to this and other motivational topics visit: https://www.brightblackwood.com/blog Check out a few of these topics: Can I manifest more money? https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/nothing-but-questions-can-i-manifest-more-money Fear of Success? https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/nothing-but-questions-fear-of-success Affirmations: Your Inner Resume' https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/affirmations-your-inner-resume So What's Stopping You? https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/short-note-so-what-s-stopping-you Get Happy - Life Is Good https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/get-happy-life-is-good The Friendship Test https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/the-friendship-test Defensive vs Intention Thinking https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/defensive-vs-intention-thinking Getting Unstuck https://www.brightblackwood.com/post/getting-unstuck --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bright-blackwood-tarot/support
While trying to teach his clever granddaughter a lesson about the worth of gold and silver, a grandfather ends up getting a very expensive lesson of his own. Fiction short story with text and audio. The post Gold and Silver Grandpa first appeared on 500 Ironic Stories.
Terry misses out on a circus trip. Rommel is defeated in North Africa at El Alamein. And Terry and Jack learn about Uncle Jack’s experiences in the trenches in WWI. Includes the songs Come All Ye Jolly Tinner Boys, the Ash Grove and Hole in Ground. Starring John Owen-Jones, Simon Thomas, Brandon McGuiness and Frankie Joel-Celoni. Adapted, directed and produced by Dominic Frisby.Order original Kisses on a Postcard CDs here.Kisses on a Postcard, the intensely moving musical by Terence Frisby, tells the story of two boys in WWII - Terry and Jack, aged seven and eleven, who, to escape German bombing, are evacuated from their family in south-east London to a tiny village in Cornwall, where they spend the next four years.Full of surprising humour and memorable songs, this is unique portrait of an extraordinary time in British history.“Enchanting, profoundly moving and delightful,” Charles Spencer, the Telegraph. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit kisses.substack.com
✈️Cape Town leads South Africa's tourism drive. There's an important new order for the 737 MAX at the Farnborough airshow. Clever technology to help you find your boarding gate. A recent travel experience from one of our listeners and an important tip for anyone planning on travelling through Europe in the coming months. Audience feedback drives the show. We'd love for you to contact us and keep the conversation going! Email email@example.com, call +2783 777 8995 or leave us a message on social media! We'd love to hear from you! ✅Quick Episode Summary: 00:00 Welcome back 02:09 Cape Town ILS Runway 01 suspended 04:13 Jet fuel crisis in South Africa 06:13 Vitality news 08:49 Both Delta and United will operate to Cape Town 17:14 Another light aircraft crash in South Africa 22:15 Farnborough airshow news 33:46 Emirates hydroponics plant 36:06 The new Gulfstream 38:44 Airport innovation 44:40 Listener travel experience 58:02 Apple Air Tags 01:01:50 Special mentions - Kendra Evans
In this summer episode, I go back to my roots in educational technology and offer you five tech tools that helped me in my job this school year. They are: Gmelius - https://gmelius.com/ (https://gmelius.com/) Sunsama - https://sunsama.com/ (https://sunsama.com/) Voice over IP - https://www.3cx.com/ (https://www.3cx.com/) and https://explore.zoom.us/en/products/zoom-phone/ (https://explore.zoom.us/en/products/zoom-phone/) Clever.com - https://www.clever.com (https://www.clever.com) Screencastify - https://www.screencastify.com/ (https://www.screencastify.com/) Oh...and in the spirit of these things, there's a bonus one too: Profile Pic Maker: https://pfpmaker.com/ (https://pfpmaker.com/)
What's crackin' everyone!? We got a fun one for you this week. We talk about band legwear, the best Dimmu Borgir songs to get finger blasted to, and if Pirate Metal fans are as insufferable as Black Metal fans. We also listen to some new tracks from Loyalty To Me, Forked Tongue, Cherie Amour, and passionplay.
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We are rebroadcasting some of our favorite episodes while we recharge our batteries with a summer break. Enjoy and we'll be back with fresh episodes soon!Graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister did not care for engineering in high school. He found designing a poster that would communicate a vibe and draw crowds to an event to be way more compelling. After design school, the Austrian native decided that New York is the city that fits him best. With many awards and a big name in his field, he's now focusing on art, exhibitions and taking a sabbatical every 7 years. He's got a brain for planning and long-term data which allows for a very optimistic long view. Images, links and more from Stefan Sagmeister! Thanks to Adobe MAX for hosting us in the Airstream podcast lounge. Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydevers If you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you! Clever is hosted and produced by Amy Devers, with editing by Rich Stroffolino, and music from El Ten Eleven.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is the author of Don't Trust Your Gut and Everybody Lies. In this conversation, we spoke about how Bill Gates read Seth's first book, why you should flood the market, and the surprising data behind who's *really* rich in the United States. (0:00) Coming up… (0:40) Seth's college paper (4:10) “Moneyball for your life” (8:13) Mappiness Project (14:00) How to read studies (18:18) What it takes to be rich (25:33) James Altucher (27:20) Flood the market (33:54) Clever tactic for choosing what to write about (35:07) Mona Lisa Test (41:22) Music preference (43:15) How does data hurt us? (46:40) Nature (48:22) Social media (50:01) What's Seth's biggest addiction? (53:35) Extroverts vs. introverts (58:30) Seth's hardest day (1:00:50) “We're living through an explosion of data that will transform the world” Seth's Twitter – https://twitter.com/SethS_D Don't Trust Your Gut – https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Trust-Your-Gut-Really/dp/0062880918 Continue the conversation with me...
No store is too small to unionize! Clever Octopus store associate Samantha White and her former colleague Logan Rusho join Ali to share their experience. In the show, Ali cites this data on Americans' support for labor unions. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter here. Looking to advertise on City Cast Salt Lake? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Everyone thinks Ryan was molested as a kid, we find the cure for prolapsed assholes and Hunter Biden Gets Ripped Off For Some Crack. A woke café is forced to close because they aren't woke enough and we guess the movie from Blakes Description. Al this and more on this weeks Clever Name Podcast
Tim, Ian, Brett of Pop Culture Crisis, and Lydia host Vanessa Santos, CEO of Red Renegade Public Relations, to discuss Trump's non-committal comments about running for office again, AOC saying that 1/6 was an inside job, the MSNBC host saying it's time to fight our neighbors, and what a mom's to do in suburban America to stand by her values. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's going on guys, welcome back to another episode of Coffee and Van Chats on the Out of Collective Network. This week we chatted with the most loveable dude in the criterium peloton, Clever Martinez. Clever is from Venezuela and recently signed with the Legion sister team Miami Blazers. Sierra [...] The post Coffee & Van Chats – E113 – Clever Martinez of Miami Blazers chats how he started dominating the crit scene! appeared first on Out Of Collective.
One of my favourite things about doing this podcast is that we get to profile entrepreneurs at all stages of their journey.From the likes of Sarah Wood who exited Unruly a few years ago to the likes of Herman Narula, who raised a mega-round of £500m for his company Improbable. Today's guest is right at the start of that journey - so much so that this is their first-ever podcast.Patrick Pinto is the co-founder of Really Clever, a company that is looking to make sustainable materials out of fungi, and has just raised 750k from angels and VCs including Hoxton ventures.They are currently taking on the leather industry, an industry the size of Portugal's GDP- but their plans don't stop there...In this episode we talk about:The name of the company- and why they changed it.What makes the company Really Clever?Why they chose their base in Nottingham.Meeting his co-founder aged just 14 and how they split the roles of a co-founder.The process of raising £750,000 and their plans for the future.The TAM/SAM of the leather industry- and escaping the term ‘vegan'.Why it's important to make alternative leather truly accessible- and not just focus on high-fashion items. Patrick's top marketing tips through TikTok.The jobs they will be hiring in the next 5 years. How Patrick's background as a bodybuilder led to their first business idea. How people can learn more about the fungi powering our world.The content that inspires Patrick the most. Dev InterruptedBehind every successful tech company is an engineering org. We tell their story.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyTo purchase tickets for our live event click this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/jimmys-jobs-of-the-future-live-at-the-selkirk-tickets-377198048517
We are rebroadcasting some of our favorite episodes while we recharge our batteries with a summer break. Enjoy and we'll be back with fresh episodes soon!Digital designer and writer Amélie Lamont is a native New Yorker and daughter of Jamaican immigrants. A self-proclaimed nerd, she grew up reading Encyclopedia Britannica and teaching herself to code. A life-long learner, she has pursued many different areas of study in school and hated them all, which is probably why her long-term vision for herself involves a PhD and starting a design school! As an outspoken advocate of PoC, she has initiated projects like People of Craft and The Guide to Allyship. Images and more from our guest!Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydeversIf you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!This episode of Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Rich Stroffolino.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Covert narcissists are the most cunning, conniving and difficult personalities to detect. They are gifted chameleons who are socially skilled and capable of expressing a convincing pseudo empathy. Most people are fooled and disarmed by the covert narcissist. Here are some examples of how they operate: 1. Covert narcissist use secrecy and stealth to control yoour emotions and weaken you emotionally and psychologically. Covert narcissists demeans and humiliate you when you are the most vulnerable. Covert narcissists convince others they are good people who can be trusted and are worthy of your respect. The covert is obsessed with ultimate control over others, especially those closest to him or her. Covert narcissists constantly plot and plan how to manipulative and exploit their competitors. Learn how to recognize the covert narcissist by studying his hidden traits, baits and snares. They play the "good person" or the "martyr" roles to the hilt. They are like fine method actors. If you don't recognize them at first, don't blame yourself. They are so clever and smooth with their psychological camouflafe they are very difficult to detect. Pay close attention to the intuitive cues that youa re receiving and don't wae them off as irraional or insignificant. Embrace these insights. Develop a egular practice of psychologal, emotional and nebttak ggriybdubg, This includes your for of meditation, prayer, quiet time iwth Nature and other forms of activity that are calming and restorative. Part of the practice is instilling a sense of firm respect for your personal psychological boundaries. As you move through each day, develop deep appreciation for your unique authentic true self. Click below to view my current print book: Recovering and Healing After the Narcissist on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/2p92ymam Click below for Shows of Podcasts and Podcasters on every facet of Mental Health on the magnificent Mental Health News Radio Network. I am deeply honored that my show: The Narcissist in Your Life Podcast is on this great network. www.mhnrnetwork.com
Chris Porter is best known for his 3rd place appearance on season 4 of NBC's Last Comic Standing and his one-hour special 'Ugly & Angry' that was one of Netflix's top rated specials for three years, you may also know this Kansas City native from his very own Comedy Central Presents special, his comedy albums 'Lost & Alone' and 'Screaming From the Cosmos', his appearances on Tommy Chong's Comedy @ 420 on Showtime, the Arsenio Hall show, Comedy.TV, or your favorite local comedy club. In this very woepinderful episode Chris Porter is very funny with raw emotion and humorous insight. www.chrisportercomedy.com
We are taking some time off for the summer, but we're sharing some classic episodes from the archives. Sit back, be inspired, and enjoy.This Old House Master Carpenter Norm Abram charms Jaime and Amy with stories of a youth spent building pinewood derby cars and learning the trade from his father, who lives on in the walls of the house they built together as adults. He got his start in TV by accident, but thanks to an unfailing dedication to patience and safety, that's about the only major accident he can speak of. These days, he's on a mission to bring today's youth into tomorrow's trade labor force. Plus, he reveals the secrets of his famous wardrobe.Images and more from our guest!Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydeversIf you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer, with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Chris Modl.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Chapter 2: My Brilliant Wife When people say she's the brightest witch of her age, they don't even know the half of it. She has discipline. She has drive. She is stubborn and correct until proven wrong. She catalogs small details — colored light bouncing across walls with each turn of a crystal glass, the folds in parchment that indicate how long a letter has been pressed in a pocket, the song of a bird on your windowsill as it mimics the tune on the radio — but she would never bore you with these discoveries in the moment. No, she holds onto them until weeks later when the bird finally coos back an entire Celestina Warbeck verse, and when you mention how extraordinary it is, she just shrugs and says, "Yes, he's been doing that. Clever, isn't he?" When she puts two and two together to make four, it's a stunning thing to witness. From losing a wristwatch to finding a loophole in a law, her mind can separate the necessary and the mundane, sifting through details that feel completely out of place until they click like a puzzle in her mind. She is sharp. She is thoughtful. She is vigilant. She need only have a piece of the whole in order to craft a hypothesis. So when she gets the flu and spends a full week with stomach cramps and exhaustion… When she's upending her breakfast into the toilet for several weeks after… I don't even bother asking the question. Because she's the brightest witch of her age. I watch her excuse herself from morning meetings, returning grey-faced and glassy-eyed, and I know I must be imagining things because… there's just no possible way she wouldn't know. I sit with her in the bath, letting my hands wander along her sides as she reads to me, and my hands slip to her belly, searching for a sign. She turns over her shoulder and smiles at me — and I think, this is it. This is the moment she tells me that it's true. But instead she winks, dropping the book and twisting around in my arms, sliding her soapy body over mind, mistaking my wandering wands for arousal instead of research. But who am I to stop her as she straddles my legs in the water. Her hands glide over my shoulders as mine slot our hips together. And when she's rising and falling over me, sloshing water over the sides, the suds drip down her breasts. And I know they're larger. I know it as if they were my own — because they are mine. I've mapped them and pleasured them and fucked them and come on them and they are swollen. Her head falls back, breath panting harshly, and I say, "Are you pregnant?" She laughs, her face tilting back to mine, her cheeks flushed and her eyes bright, ready to poke fun. But her hips pause. And her face freezes. And I watch her click the pieces into place. The details she was too clever to notice. My stupid, brilliant wife.
Design entrepreneur and founder of Colony, the designer's co-op, Jean Lin, grew up in suburban Massachusetts as one of a handful of non-white kids. With two brothers, she was a card-carrying tomboy until her teenage years when she leaned into fashion as a way to express herself. Influenced by her mother's work as an educator for the incarcerated, she initially followed a career path into social services before reconciling with her undeniable yearning to study fashion design. After getting fired a few times, launching a few businesses, and gaining a smorgasbord of experience in a handful of roles, she bet her life savings on a dream and founded Colony, a community of designers that reimagines the design gallery business model as a supportive ecosystem, while celebrating American design to an international audience. Images, links and more from Jean!Many thanks to this episode's sponsors:QWIN is an alt-cannabis brand that explores all cannabinoids found in hemp to create unique formulas and experiences. Go to myqwin.com and enter code CLEVER30 at checkout to get 30% off your entire order.Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydevers,If you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!Clever is hosted & produced by Amy Devers, with editing by Rich Stroffolino, production assistance from Ilana Nevins and Anouchka Stephan, and music by El Ten Eleven.Clever is a member of the Airwave Media podcast network. Visit airwavemedia.com to discover more great shows.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We ADHDers are often unfairly labeled as “flaky” in the workplace, but in my experience, if you find the right ADHD person who's motivated by an interest and investment in the work, there is truly no one better for the job. I believe I've found the cream of the ADHD crop in my podcast producer, Grace Bourey, who has reorganized everything for me and put systems in place that keep the podcast running smoothly, leaving me with the mental energy to focus on the work that matters most to me. Beyond her organizational skills, Grace has a clever sense of humor that comes in handy on her own podcast, Weirds of a Feather, which she and her childhood best friend created to provide a shame-free space for ADHDers to laugh about the challenging, incredible, and absurd aspects of life with ADHD. This episode, we're talking about the importance of embedding creativity and fun into anything you do, the challenges of trying to follow a linear career path when you have non-linear thinking, and more. Like me, Grace isn't afraid to march to the beat of her own weird drum, which is key to discovering your bravest and most authentic self. Resources: Instagram: @graceminna; @weirdsofafeather Facebook: Weirds of a Feather Podcast: Weirds of a Feather on Apple Podcasts
Trump is only proving the January 6 committee's point. And Mike Pence put his own life in danger by not speaking up sooner. Will Saletan joins guest host Amanda Carpenter on today's podcast. Audio clip credit: Politico Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices