In episode 159, we get curious about colors for Opal of San Francisco, California and Nina of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. We learn how our eyes see color, what the most and least popular colors are, and what colors make people hungry. Visit the Curious Kid Podcast Website - http://www.curiouskidpodcast.com Send Us An E-mail - email@example.comLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/CuriouskidpodcastShop Curious Kid Podcast Merchandise - http://tee.pub/lic/fqXchg3wUVUFollow Us On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/curiouskidpod/Follow Us On Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/curiouskidpodcast/Follow Us On Twitter - https://twitter.com/CuriousKidPod
"No matter what you do or think, or how deluded you are, the truth of the universe is still exactly as it is. So whether you notice it or not doesn't change anything. If you're having a crappy day and you, and you don't notice it, that's still the truth of the universe." - Brad Warner Brad returns from his wayward travels with an original fresh and previously unreleased Dogen Shobogenzo translation (rendition?), taking on the classic Yui Butsu Yo Butsu (Buddha Alone Together with Buddha). Can we ever notice how enlightened we are? Does it matter if we ever notice how enlightened we are?? And what do they mean that we're already enlightened, when sometimes (ok, much of the time) we might just not be feeling it??? Find out here. And warning! Due to time constraints Brad wasn't able to read us the whole chapter, so be sure to check out and subscribe to Brad's own Hardcore Zen Podcast for a full reading and commentary on this piece and so much more. Also up now on all your favorite podcast platforms.
POCAHONTAS (1995) - Part 2 - This week we round the riverbed into rocky waters as we discuss the incredible, breathtaking music and the questionable impact of this film. We get into matters of how Disney portrays (and doesn't portray) real life historical events and whether or not that scars this film's legacy. This episode features a segment with special guest Nicole W.
In this episode, Tasha and Thea dive into the psychology of color and its important role in interior design. Color affects how we think, feel and act. Yet most people choose colors based solely on what they like and don't consider how they want to feel or what they want to accomplish in a particular space. You will never make that mistake again after listening to this episode! Learn the basics of color psychology and hear all about how Tasha got it very wrong in her first home which caused her some serious sleep issues (literally). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Zack Klug came again to explain what wine is and where it comes from and also what philosophy does. He's one of our favorite winemakers and his wines are dope and not only should you seek out the treasures he's made, but get ready for what's next baby: flx hybrids!!!!! ////List////Liten Buffel, Niagara Pinot Noir, ‘Parking Lot,' 2018//Liten Buffel, Niagara cab sauv, ‘Faucheaux, ‘2018//Liten Buffel, ‘Colors and Allegory,' 2017////Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Disgorgeous)
Welcome to season 3 of the Poetic Resurrection Podcast. This season we will touch upon the “Colors of Life”, an international perspective with an introspective edge. We have poets and writers of different backgrounds who will read and discuss their writings. This is a breakaway from the usual podcast which steers away from politics and religion. They will speak about what happens in their culture, belief systems, and challenges they face. As always, love and acceptance are our perspectives. Just the experiences and acceptance of self and others. Join us for this insightful look at international existence and the different cultures and beliefs that create our world. The poem for this week is Citizen from Inspire Me: Raw. I wrote this poem several months before Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. I was surprised to hear from many people that they didn't know Puerto Ricans were American citizens. On a side note, people from Guam are also American citizens. Please join us in this new and exciting season and here's the poem Citizen. Citizen Curly red hair Freckled skin Speaking Spanish Not fitting in. People's bias Perceptions Ignorance Citizen Where are you from? How did you get here? Was it a struggle? No—citizen. No boats. No tunnels. No hiding. Airplanes. I belong here Born here Educated Citizen.
Welcome back to The Cabincast! This week Kristin and Erik talk about Fall, apple orchards, Northwoods Pirate Ships, biking road trips, weird truck warnings, the evolution of the automobile as a tool for reaching fishing spots, and share a music recommendation.Pirate's Hideaway in Eagle RiverOKEE DOKEE BROTHERS - Can You Canoe?The Cabincast is brought to you by Roughing It In Style & White Arrows HomeLinksWebsite: www.thecabincast.com Instagram: @thecabincastFacebook: @thecabincastTwitter: @thecabincastErik Torgeson Instagram: @eriktorgyWebsite: www.roughingitinstyle.comKristin LenzInstagram: @whitearrowshome Website: www.whitearrowhome.comShare your cabin stories and perfect days at firstname.lastname@example.orgProduced by: Kristin Lenz & Erik TorgesonProduction Assistant: Emma RoseEdited by: Billy Shane
As the Director of Color Marketing at Sherwin-Williams, Sue reflects on her early beginnings choosing bridge colors, to now creating some of her favorite colors included in the 2022 color palette, titled MODE. We also discuss the 2022 Color of the Year! MODE is a collection of 40 trend colors, with each color hand-selected to welcome a truly wondrous transition. Described as the ‘queen' of Sherwin-Williams, Sue Wadden delves into the difficulties during COVID and how color schemes are cyclic throughout the decades. In This Episode: [00:55] Introduction Sue Wadden. [03:21] What does Sue Wadden do at Sherwin-Williams? [05:30] How did COVID-19 affect the 2022 palette? [09:30] Moving towards nature inspired colors. [13:10] Why you should view the MODE color palette on the Sherwin-Williams website. [14:00] Opus color palette urban vibe re-emerging. [16:00] The new season of 2022 and the digital space. [20:00] Why you shouldn't freak out if you have last season's colors. [22:15] Nostalgic design and familiarity. [23:40] Annual Atlanta paint color event. [27:00] Sue Wadden's favorite colors Key Takeaways: Covid19 has affected the direction of new color trends. Urban and nostalgia design are and will be trending. Colors and color schemes evolve over time. We're also moving towards warmer, nature inspired colors. Meet Sue Wadden Sue Wadden has been the interior designer and resident expert for color at Sherwin-Williams for the last 17 years. She lends insight and expertise to choosing new colors and invites you to share in her inspiration. Some of her favorite colors approaching 2022 include Evergreen Fog (the 2022 color of the year), dark charcoals, and Anonymous (SW 7046) an earthy, warm gray. One of her big goals is to “help designers and specifiers by developing the right color resources to help make their businesses grow.” She graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1998 before starting at Sherwin-Williams as a designer in the Design Studio. Once she moved to the Diversified Brands Division she was able to focus her attention on consumer color programs and is the inspirational voice of color for Sherwin-Williams. Resources: https://www.sherwin-williams.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sue-wadden-b110687 Quotes: I just want to know why my clothes only get stuck on the door handle when I'm in a bad mood. It's not what you broadcast to everyone else that determines the trajectory of your life; it's what you whisper to yourself behind closed doors that has the greatest power and influence. - Watson Kennedy Sponsor: We are thrilled to tell you that this episode of Inside Design is sponsored by Jaipur Living. If you haven't listened to Episode 107 with Yash Ranga from Jaipur, it is a must. Jaipur Is one of our favorite rug partners. Interior Designers agree since 95% of customers rate Jaipur Living as better than other rug companies. Jaipur has won the last 2 Dallas ARTS Awards and 3 design awards last year at Domotox in Germany. When we talked to Yash on Episode 107, we learned all about the unparalleled depth and breadth of support that Jaipur has for their artisan rug-makers and their communities with a unique doorstep entrepreneurship model. The more we learn about Jaipur, the more we love them, so we encourage you to visit jaipurliving.com.
For this week's fun fact Friday mini episode, I share a little bit of the history of DayGlo colors. The corporation and their eye catching colors were developed by two brothers in the early 20th century, and they are responsible not only for rad, psychedelic designs, but also tons of safety equipment and yet another artistic contribution to the US military during World War II.
The industry-leading Snap-on FJ175 is now available in two new statement-making color options, Atomic Green and Orange Valor. The FJ175 Aluminum Floor Jack is the highest performing floor jack in its class. Built from the highest quality materials at the Snap-on Elkmont plant, the FJ175 is loaded with many advanced features that ensure that this floor jack will remain at the top of its game for a long time to come. Speak with your Snap-on Franchisee to pick up yours today!
POCAHONTAS (1995) - We kick off the second half of the Renaissance by talking about the beautiful artistic journey of "Pocahontas." We discuss the stunning animation and talk about our favorite characters, all while digging through our history books to point out the wild historical inaccuracies throughout the film.
This week, the Queens have 'The Feels' as they review Twice's new English single. Emily and Charity also review Aespa's first EP, 'Savage' and Youngjae's solo debut, 'COLORS from Ars.' Listen as they breakdown the singles, music videos, styling choices and more! Have biases changed? Would Charity and Emily be in Twice or Aespa? Are they 'Vibin' with Youngjae? Find out now! Plus, highlights of The Fact Music Awards and NCT 127 Life in Gapyeong, K-pop news, Queendom shoutouts, a fun Aespa quiz and more! Quiz - https://www.buzzfeed.com/panda1645/which-aespa-member-are-you-most-like-1s6zuavzhsPlaylist - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2grhLXhXJiCZtJrZQIEIKx?si=cebb821b83cb4390
They're just some Silly Boiz recording a podcast episode…This week Reed (Isaac) Peterson joins Allen (Matthew) and Benjamin (Tacen) to talk about glasses, their Top 5 Colors, and social media…Tacen feels bad (again) for Pluto, they make jokes about Uranus (the planet), and collectively come up with creative band names for the three of them…Go follow @i.s.a.a.c_rp on Instagram to see quality memes, don't forget to drink some of that yummy water, and check us out on YouTube to watch us without ads! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/randomtalk2020/message
Janitors and Custodians were once one of the most trusted positions held, and in many ways, they still are. This episode, I bid farewell to being a janitor, while looking at where the term janitor came from. Cleanliness, really is next to godliness. -- Connect: email@example.com www.privycast.wordpress.com www.instagram.com/privycast www.twitter.com/privycast www.facebook.com/privycast privycast.tumblr.com www.tiktok.com/@privycast -- Music: Intro Background Music "Alsace" by Podington Bear podingtonbear.com Intro and Outro: "Barroom Ballet" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Hunter's Anecdote Intro and Outro Music: "All the Colors in the World" by Podington Bear podingtonbear.com
Dr. Rebekah Louisa Smith joins the podcast to talk about how the Quantum Colors technique can be a powerful tool to help lift and balance your energy - and change your career. According to Rebekah, since making the shift from dark colors to bright pastels, her mental health and award-winning festival strategy business have changed drastically. She also shares how her interest in the film industry inspired her to start a niche business helping filmmakers enter their films into festivals. If nothing else, Briana can now blame her closet filled with black clothing for her lackluster career.
In this episode of Rule the Galaxy we start our journey to episode 200. We plan on having many more guests, doing more in-depth shows related to characters, planets, stories, the force, etc... Joe, Alfie, Dave and Nick host and we have a special guest from Australia. Michael Szabo @szabologist of the podcast It's True...All of It @it_wars We discuss the upcoming November 12th release on Disney Plus of the Boba Fett background and origin story. We also look forward to watching the Lego Star Wars - Terrifying Tales on October 1. The crew goes into a discussion on all nine episodes of Star Wars Visions as well as an overall view. Each of us liked different episodes for different reasons. Check out our reviews. Thank you all for the listens, downloads and views. @rulethegalaxysw on Twitter RuletheGalaxysw@gmail.com Rule the Galaxy on YouTube and Facebook
Artist Barry McClain Jr. joins us to discuss his upcoming Blue Juice Comics series Billy The Kit, his NYCC'21 debut appearance, getting advice from Neal Adams, NY/NJ rivalries, ‘90s hip-hop, villains & MF Doom, digital comics, Kirby's influential work ethic, “Sweet Tit Syndrome”, and so much more! 4 Colors 4 life! Follow Barry on Instagram; @stay_broke For all things Jacked Kirby, visit our FlowPage; www.flow.page/jackedkirby
Andrew Kleidon is joined by Sara Rae Lancaster to talk all about food and Fall. Sara breaks down a number of stories she's done on local efforts to reuse food waste through composting, as well as some tips she has for the aspiring homesteader on harvesting, foraging, and preserving your bounty through the winter. Also, a look at the science behind the fall colors, when they may peak, and how vibrant they might be this year – and some tips for fall camping.
Laura Schara speaks with DNR Trails and State Park Specialist, Rachel Hopper, on where are some of the best locations to view fall foliage in our state via foot or car. The color disappears quickly so tune in for great tips on planning a leaf-peeping trip! Supported by: Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed – (https://thousandhillslifetimegrazed.com/,) North Dakota Tourism (https://www.legendarynd.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Voyageur Saunas (https://www.voyageursaunas.com/,) Minnesota Propane (https://propane.com/) - “Clean American Energy” & The Minnesota DNR (https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/wmas)
TUNE IN TO LEARN:This morning as I'm recording this podcast I'm finishing my weekly 42-hour fast.I always wondered, why after my fasting day do I feel so much happier and at the same time motivated to get off my ass and make sh*t happen?Dopamine seems to be the answer according to Andrew Huberman and Hubermanlab podcast.Tune in to learn how it all works, and how fasting can help you to get up, makethings happen, and get lots of joy doing it! SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION HERE - https://form.typeform.com/to/tKPDKsegProduced by Angela Shurina,CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST, COACHI help you look and feel amazing at any age! Skills and Habits VS Diets.IG: @1000yearyoungGET MY FREE 10-DAY EMAIL HEALTH COURSE. THE FOUNDATION SERIES. JOIN TEAM LEAN!
#SCREAMDrafts 2021 kicks off with Colors of the Dark co-hosts and Screen Drafts Hall of Famers Rebekah McKendry and Elric Kane drafting the best BODY HORROR movies ever made. But there's twist: only ONE film by David Cronenberg is allowed to make the list!
Our use of color in Classic Menswear is the topic of this episode! To us, it's more than just a "pop of color" as many bloggers state. We're much more about how the colors signal an aesthetic; Colors, like everything we talk about, is all about that POV. It may be internalized, but I'm certain that you have some rule or guideline that you use when incorporating color into your looks! Shout out to our Patron Eric for helping us with this episode! Ethan's Essay: https://alittlebitofrest.com/2021/09/27/how-i-think-about-color/ Support us on Patreon and join the Discord: https://www.patreon.com/styleanddirection/ Follow us on Instagram! Style & Direction: https://www.instagram.com/styleanddirection/ Ethan: https://www.instagram.com/ethanmwong/ Spencer: https://www.instagram.com/spencerdso/ Watch us stream on Twitch: http://twitch.tv/styleanddirection Subscribe to our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/styleanddirection/ Podcast is produced by MJ Kintanar
In this episode, Zina interviews Manuel Garcia, Supervisor of Outpatient Programs at the Hazelden Betty Ford Maple Grove and Saint Paul campuses. Manuel, originally from Mexico City, discusses his passion for working with Latinx and other under-represented communities, and describes the comprehensive initiatives and partnerships Hazelden is implementing to integrate DEI at all levels of the organization.Resources:Manuel Garcia, MA, LADC, graduated with a Psychology degree in 2012 out of Anahuac University in Mexico City, Mexico, where he is a Licensed Psychologist. Manuel is also a graduate from the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies and has worked for Hazelden Betty Ford since 2014. He has served in the role of Focal Therapist and Supervisor of Outpatient Programs at the Maple Grove and Saint Paul campus since. In his current role Manuel is responsible for Clinical Supervision for Evening Outpatient Services. Additionally, Manuel is a part of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee for Hazelden Betty Ford, as well as a member of the DEI advisory committee for The NAATP (National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers) where he focuses on equitable access to care to those suffering from Substance Use Disorders and Mental Illness, as well as developing culturally responsive, manualized material/practices and curriculum for Outpatient Services. Manuel's most recent outreach work includes a focus on media interviews related to the topics of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as well as Substance Use Disorders and the impact on our communities. Manuel also helped develop partnership with organizations who serve the Latinx community in MN. Thank you to our episode sponsors, Gloo!Climb, Powered by Gloo is a communication platform created to meet the engagement and outcomes measurement needs of prevention, treatment, and recovery organizations. Most organizations lack a comprehensive, standardized, and long-term outcomes measure. Gloo has partnered with the Recovery Capital Index to bring a scientifically validated outcomes instrument and engagement technology to help organizations measure wellbeing, recovery, and social determinants of health. Visit our website to learn more.Have feedback? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Love them or hate them, lock ins / overnighters are part of youth ministry. Today, we're talking about my FAVORITE youth group lock in / overnighter: the GLOWVERNIGHTER. It's a fun & easy glow in the dark theme that our students love! We will be discussing planning, games, shopping list, schedule for the event & some of the best strategies to make your student ministry event a great one! **FOR A PDF OF THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THESE GAMES - EMAIL US AT MinistryCoachPodcast@gmail.com - put in the subject "GLOWVERNIGHTER" and we'll send it to you!**This episode is also available at our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/c/ministrycoachCOMPLETE SHOPPING LIST / GAMES SUPPLIES:BLACKLIGHTS (These completely depend on the size of your room, but this is a good starting point if you are looking to buy vs. rent)Blacklight LED Panels 100w (2-Pack): https://amzn.to/3AzUV7NBlacklight LED Light Bar (4-Pack): https://amzn.to/3EFOClnBlacklight LED Bulbs: https://amzn.to/3tXTptH BLACKLIGHT GLOW FACE PAINT: https://amzn.to/3u2IL4FBLACKLIGHT GLOW BALLOONS: https://amzn.to/2XTmyudGLOW IN THE DARK DODGEBALLSRhino Skins 6" Dodgeballs (Glow in the Dark - Set of 6): https://amzn.to/3AiRkv9Gator Skin 8" Dodgeball (Glow in the Dark - 1): https://amzn.to/3u18KcKGator Skin 6" Dodgeball (Glow in the Dark - 1): https://amzn.to/3lHRINaGLOW STICKS:100 ct. 4” Multi colored: https://amzn.to/3enJMP6500 ct. 8” https://amzn.to/2OAeKIVBLACKLIGHT GLOW TAPE (make sure you get enough for your room size): 6 Colors/6 Rolls 0.6" x 16.5' https://amzn.to/3ADslSUBLACKLIGHT GLOW BUBBLES: https://amzn.to/3kuHD6X1) THE PURGEBlacklight Glow Balloons: https://amzn.to/2XTmyud2) GLOW IN THE DARK DODGEBALL Rhino Skins 6" Dodgeballs (Glow in the Dark - Set of 6): https://amzn.to/3AiRkv9Gator Skin 8" Dodgeball (Glow in the Dark - 1): https://amzn.to/3u18KcKGator Skin 6" Dodgeball (Glow in the Dark - 1): https://amzn.to/3lHRINa Blacklight Glow Tape - 6 Colors/6 Rolls 0.6" x 16.5' https://amzn.to/3ADslSU3) SCATTERBALL (Exact same supplies as Dodgeball)Equipment Used in this Episode:Micshttps://amzn.to/3eWUWrkDigital Recorderhttps://amzn.to/3eXmvkjPop Filtershttps://amzn.to/2ApEz7MMic Standshttps://amzn.to/2Zrwat2Shock Mounthttps://amzn.to/2AvjhWwXLR Cableshttps://amzn.to/2VI4uiy*This episode is not sponsored. Some of the links are affiliate links which simply means, if you buy something, we will receive a small commission (at no additional cost to you) Thank you!*
In this episode I chat with Brianna W. of Black Apothecary Office about the importance of confidence, her love of leather jackets, using her dad's shirt to make her first design as a child, whether skinny jeans are here to stay, the importance of layering, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple Podcast, and share it with a friend. Follow Bri on IG: https://www.instagram.com/briwisestyle/ In this episode she mentions: All Saints J Lux Label Shopbop Pretty Little Thing Follow BSA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/
"The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves determine the quality of the selves we imagine we are. The stories we tell about others determine the quality of our relationships with them." - 'Rabbi Rami' ShapiroIn this episode #040 of The Mankind Project, you get to meet the two newest voices to the ManKind Podcast, Men's Work Geek, Boysen Hodgson, and Holistic Health Expert Paul Newell. Today we're introducing a new format for the show that will be conducted monthly. The purpose of this is to open the door to discussions outside of the usual one-on-one format to broaden the scope in which we explore various topics. Which means we can cover more ground in a shorter time frame. You're Going To Love This Episode if:You are looking to overcome the limiting beliefs and stories that influence your thoughts, feeling, behaviors and relationships.You want to create a NEW story for you and your life.You enjoy hilarious conversations surrounding difficult subject matter.Loved Boysen, Brandon and Paul? You Can Find Out More Here:Brandon's Work: Business Growth & StrategyPaul's Work: Health & Mens CoachingBoysen's Work: Men's Work Writer, Facilitator & Educator The Men's Work Introduction:JOIN The Men's Work: The Men's Work Additional Resources:Subscribe/Rate/Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HERE
A/J Jackson is an American filmmaker, musician, songwriter, record producer, and the lead singer for the band Saint Motel. From feeling too limited to one color choice with his own eyewear – A/J Jackson took the leap and created interchangeable tinted lenses. He's now the founder of AVIEW, which helps you experience a new way of wearing glasses where you can swap out colors whenever you feel like it. Colors can affect your mood, productivity, and general sense of well being. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. BetterHelp offers you access to your own licensed professional therapist – all from the comfort of wherever you are. You can arrange weekly video chats or phone calls, text with your carefully curated counsellor, and do so at an affordable price. And anything you share is confidential. I've been using BetterHelp for a while and I am highly impressed. It's been a huge help for me and I know it can be the same for you. Start living a happier life today with BetterHelp. As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting betterhelp.com/timecrafting. Give BetterHelp a try today. I really enjoyed speaking with A/J Jackson and learning how he maintains his ‘creative muse'. In this episode we discuss how it went from making music to glasses, finding a team of experts to work with, color theory – and the 3D printer at his local library. Talking Points Taking on new creative projects Color theory and its impact on mood and productivity The meaning behind ‘rose-tinted glasses' The power of changing your working environment Experimenting with hyper-scheduling On being a disciplined artist Quote "By chunking your time, you're starting afresh each time." Helpful Links AVIEW.com ‘Hemingway' documentary ‘The Authentic Swing' by Steven Pressfield ‘The War of Art' by Steven Pressfield Jerry Seinfeld: Comedian A/J Jackon's Instagram Want to discover some of the books mentioned on the podcast? Check out Scribd, my reading app of choice. If you enjoyed the episode, please leave a rating and/or review wherever you listened to the episode. And if you want to have easy access to the archives of the show and ensure you don't miss the new episodes to come then subscribe to the podcast in the app you're using.
Join Jamie and Maggie Clark as they tackle the colors of emotions in a person's energy field. In this episode, Jamie and Maggie will give tools and techniques to read the colors vibrating certain parts of information. They also share the ability to read people not with judgment but with understanding to provide them with the comfort they need. Join the Evolution on our Membership page: https://psychicevolution.supercast.tech/ Website: www.psychicevolution.net JOIN THE EVOLUTION in the Psychic Evolution FREE Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/PsychicEvolution
If you look out your window right now, you'll probably be able to see a tree of some sort out there somewhere. Depending on the time of year, it might be full of beautiful green leaves, or under the right conditions, you could be looking at a rainbow of autumn colors in front of you. But do you know why a tree's leaves change colors? There is a lot of science that goes into this process, and the end result can vary drastically based on a number of factors. We've looked into what causes leaves colors to change, and eventually fall to the ground (in most cases) but also what the science is behind these changes, and a few ways that you might be able to predict what colors you can expect to see this autumn.
Anu Seghal is a cultural educator that grew up in India as the daughter of an Hindu Army soldier and a Muslim gynecologist. She moved to the United States over 20 years ago to complete her education and began working as a brand manager for major companies including Colgate and Mattel. In those roles, Anu honed her entrepreneurial skills, something she's had since childhood, to then launch The Culture Tree. Since 2015, she's spearheaded this organization which works with museums, schools, and libraries to promote South Asian Literacy, in addition to running language classes for children! Past clients of the Culture Tree include the Met and Children's Museum of Manhattan, and in 2021 they hosted Colors of India, the first South Asian event in NYC's Hudson Yards. We talked about the diversity that Anu saw within India, both living in a multicultural household and growing up as an “army brat.” She reflected on coming to America and what she did to fit in, versus today running a business that highlights her South Asian heritage. Lastly, we talk about how running The Culture Tree has influenced the way that Anu parents and the role that Anu plays in taking care of her own mother today.
As part of my Accelerator coaching program, we offer weekly audits where members can submit whatever they'd like for me to review. I then record a personalized Loom video with my critique, ideas and feedback. This year especially, I've been getting a lot of requests to review landing pages -- opt-in pages, sales pages and the like. And the more and more I've reviewed, the more and more I've noticed a simple tweak that can have a big effect on increasing conversions -- the color of the call-to-action (CTA) buttons. You see, 99% of the pages I've been looking at from our members had CTA buttons that blended into the rest of the content and the other colors on the page. I know in the grand scheme of things, the color of the call-to-action buttons on your landing page should be far down the list of what to test… But what's certain is that button colors that blend in aren't going to make it easier for anyone to take the action you want them to take. So after seeing so many opportunities for improvement, I started asking myself… What IS the best color for your CTA buttons? I decided to do some research to see if there was any science behind the psychology of color and the feelings people have when they see certain ones. And my findings were super interesting… I had no idea different colors “spoke” to people in different ways. Even with my years of experience, I still learn new aspects to improve on everyday. Like, something as simple as colors hardly crossed my mind a few years back. And to be honest, I've never thought much of what color I “should” use for the buttons on my landing pages other than they need to stand out and “pop” from the rest of the colors and content on the page. But after my research, and seeing so many landing pages over the years, I now have some new best practices… And I'm sharing them all with you today, on the podcast. Discussion Points In Today's Episode: 0:00 Introduction 4:05 The science behind colors and what they are associated with 8:19 Different cultures have different meanings to color 9:35 Choose a color that pops out 11:24 Test out the conversion of different colors 12:11 Good and bad examples of the TEXT on call-to-action buttons 14:36 Putting yourself into your customer's mind Are you a course creator or online coach who's already averaging at least $7-8K in revenue per month from your online business and you're ready to increase your profit, have a bigger impact, with LESS hustle? If you're feeling overwhelmed, doing all the things, and you're not sure what next steps you should be taking in your business… Then my Accelerator coaching program may be for you. Click here to learn more and apply for my Accelerator coaching program. Resources: Visit my website where you'll find more info about my coaching programs as well as hundreds of free podcast episodes → https://rickmulready.com/ Join and apply to my Accelerator coaching program - https://rickmulready.com/accelerator Thanks for tuning in! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Virginia Military Institute was founded over 180 years ago and the institute takes pride in having a competitive educational program that also develops cadets to be citizen soldiers and many have gone on to be officers in the various branches of the military. One of the members of the faculty was Stonewall Jackson and there are those who claim his spirit haunts the place. That's not the only ghost here though. Join us as we explore the history and hauntings of the Virginia Military Institute! The Moment in Oddity was suggested by Scott Booker and features dentures and This Month in History features the James/Younger Gang attacked by townspeople. Our location was suggested by Jules Schlosser. Check out the website: http://historygoesbump.com Show notes can be found here: https://historygoesbump.blogspot.com/2021/09/hgb-ep-402-virginia-military-institute.html Become an Executive Producer: http://patreon.com/historygoesbump Music used in this episode: Main Theme: Lurking in the Dark by Muse Music with Groove Studios (Moment in Oddity) Vanishing by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4578-vanishing License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license (This Month in History) In Your Arms by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3906-in-your-arms License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Outro Music: Happy Fun Punk by Muse Music with Groove Studios All other music licensing: PODCASTMUSIC.COM License Synchronization, Mechanical, Master Use and Performance Direct License for a Single Podcast Series under current monthly subscription. Forest Full of Colors by Stock Music
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Welcoooome to Nintendo Voice Chat! Sonic takes center stage this week, as the panel discusses IGN's Sonic Colors Ultimate review, as well as the best 3D Sonic games in the series. Join host Casey DeFreitas, reviewer Mitchell Saltzman, Sonic superfan Logan Plant, and the wonderful Brian Altano, as they take a look at some of the Blue Blur's most divisive outings. Plus, it's the start of a new recurring segment on NVC! The Nintendo 64 turns 25 this month, so we're putting together a lineup of the games we'd want to see on a theoretical N64 Classic Edition. Plus, stick around to hear about the first new GBA game in 13 years, more impressions of No More Heroes 3, and more. Timecodes 00:00:00 Sonic Colors Ultimate discussion 00:22:22 Big Brain Academy is back 00:29:35 Picking the N64 Classic lineup 00:41:15 More news 00:59:17 What we're playing