Pat has been involved with CrossFit on so many levels since he staarted in 2005. A former 7 year Navy Veteran, Pat served as a Navy SEAL. In 2009 he went on to compete in the CrossFit Games and has served an L4 Cert Instructor and also a media personality and producer for the CrossFit Games. Pat is also a father and an owner of his own affiliate where he programs daily workouts from CrossFit Linchpin. Exclusive to WODcast listeners: * EIGHTSLEEP: Sleep fitness products that boost your recovery through personalized bed temperature, health monitoring, and digital sleep coaching. Go to eightsleep.com/wodcast to check out the Pod Pro Cover and save $150 at checkout. * cbdMD is a trusted leader in the CBD industry. Thanks to superior products and partnerships with top tier professional athletes, cbdMD rises above the competition. Start here, stay well. Visit cbdmd.com and use promo code WOD for 30% off your order of superior CBD oil products from cbdMD
Science commentator Dr Siouxsie Wiles joins Kathryn to talk about infections in immunocompromised people, and a new study which shows why it's a good reminder to be cautious and keep using masks, even when vaccinated. And an analysis from France during its first wave of Covid has found pregnant women were 60 times more likely to be admitted to ICU and 40 times more likely to die of the disease.
National Party has picked Christopher Luxon as its new leader. The first-term MP will take the helm with second term MP Nicola Willis as deputy leader. University of Auckland political scientist Lara Greaves and former senior ministerial advisor for the previous National-led government Brigitte Morten spoke to Corin Dann.
Pattrick says the Trade Window listing last week must be the most successful on the NZX for a very long time. Not only did it actually get to listing in the face of so many falling over this year, but it provided the biggest 'stag' in recent memory. He also discusses the politics versus the economics of slow border opening, however a lot of skilled labour is likely to start leaving, particularly to Australia.
Dave Starman is a college hockey color commentator for CBS Sports Network and has also done work for the Big Ten Network. During the World Junior Championships, he is the color commentator for the NHL Network. Dave discusses a variety of topics with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten and Jess Myers. Timestamps: 3:54 -- Long Island University 10:43 -- Minnesota Duluth 13:23 -- North Dakota 17:00 -- Saint Cloud State 19:02 -- Michigan 24:25 -- Submitted question on the Met League 25:30 -- Submitted question about how extra COVID year for college hockey players is affecting college and junior hockey 28:05 -- Minnesota Gophers www.therinklive.com
Join the Legal Mastermind Podcast hosts Chase and Ryan as they reflect on episodes from late October and throughout November in this special episode featuring Marques Ogden, Chris Hood, Dr. Shannon Prince, and Brian Vogel. Marques Ogden is a former NFL athlete, Author, Celebrity Success Coach, and Commentator. Marques speaks publicly across the country and helps encourage leaders across the globe on becoming better leaders for their businesses and teams. Brian Vogel is a Senior Business Development Executive at Velawcity who brings over 20 years of sales experience to the company. Brian's primary focus has been legal marketing, but he has extensive experience in building sales teams, growing revenue, and expanding their footprint. Chris Hood is the Head of Business Innovation & Strategy at Google as well as a passionate digital strategist, podcast host, professor, and writer. Dr. Shannon Prince is an Associate at Boies, Schiller, & Flexner in New York. Dr. Prince practices complex litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas. On This Episode, We Discuss...- The Six Competencies for Leaders- The Importance of Referrals and How to Deliver for Your Clients- Concerns Around the Development of AI- How Firms Can Increase Diversity and Engagement
This chapter signals a change in Jacob's life. He begins to trust the Lord, returning to the God of his fathers. Life circumstances are instruments in the hands of Yahweh, guiding His covenant son back to his calling and communion with the Almighty. As his story continues, Jacob is older than we might imagine. Commentators estimate from 77 – 90 plus years at this juncture. If this account were merely about Jacob, the turning of events in his favor might appear to be too little, too late to make for a compelling ending (falling woefully short of the classic fairy tale: 'happy ever after'). Jacob himself recounts his years in (Gen 47:9) “...the days of the years of my sojourning are 130 years. Few and evil have been the days of the years of my life, and they have not attained to the days of the years of the life of my fathers in the days of their sojourning.” Nevertheless, as obscure as our text may seem at first glance, this chapter in Jacob's life is rich with redeeming allusions to God's future plans and purposes for His covenant people and His covenant Son. Unbeknownst to Jacob, he is foreshadowing the greatest of legacies to come! Matthew Henry notes: “The 14 years being gone, Jacob was willing to depart without any provision except God's promise.” This is where we pick up on his story in chapter 30, verse 25 as his troubled relationship with Laban culminates in Jacob's long anticipated return to the land of promise...
Neale Jones and Brigitte Morten talk to Kathryn about the National leadership in disarray and the new front runners to lead the Party. Also Speaker, Trevor Mallard's criticism of the Government over the 'Traffic Light' legislation. And more worry on the Covid 19 front with the advent of a new strain, Omicron, which is surfacing globally and is in Australia.
We had an amazing time chatting with the delightful Nomiki Konst. Her knowledge and force for good truly inspired us in every way and we loved spending time getting to know her. Join us and you'll become a fan of the impressive Nomiki Konst! youtube.com/user/KonstNomiki instagram.com/nomikikonst Download the free Connecting Greeks app!
The pressure is on NZ Rugby bosses to act after the All Blacks and Black Ferns returned home this week following disappointing Northern Tours. And what the case of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai reveals about the role of sports diplomacy.
The oppposition's top job is vacant again - for the fifth time in four years. National MPs will elect a new leader on Tuesday and until then Dr Shane Reti will fill the role. He says he's a chair warmer - and has not contemplated running for leadership next week. Lawyer Brigitte Morten says it's too soon to rule anyone out, or in for that matter. She spoke to Morning Report.
A political commentator says one of the best candidates for the National Party leadership is being overlooked. Dr Shane Reti is just hours into his role as interim leader of the National Party after taking over from Judith Collins, who lost her job and the confidence of the caucus, after 499 days as opposition leader. The party will elect a new leader next week. Currently the three expected to run are Simon Bridges, Mark Mitchell and Christopher Luxon. Chris Bishop has also been suggested as a contender. Political commentator Lara Greaves told Morning Report Reti could be a good choice but there isn't much attention on him. "He's incredibly experienced. He's been in parliament for seven years, he's been an assistant professor at Harvard, which is incredibly competitive in heart, he's been a rural GP for 17 years, he's been literally vaccinating people up north, he's also somehow registered as some kind of chartered accountant. So, we've got like a ton of qualifications and experience. "I think, fundamentally, our politics and the way that our politics run and this goes back to Professor Raymond Mill's idea of the presidentialisation of New Zealand politics, that we think of it as like a two horse race, we need this kind of bolshy strong, assertive leader." Greaves said that could be the area where Reti falls down, despite having qualifications and what she called a "real streak of conservatism". "So, I think fundamentally the way that our politics works, the most qualified candidate and the candidate with the expertise for the current crisis is being overlooked."
A political commentator says the events in the National Party over the last 12 hours have been "destructive". National's leader Judith Collins has demoted Simon Bridges to the backbenches after alleged inappropriate comments made several years ago to Waitaki MP Jacqui Deans. The shock news came in a media release from Collins on Wednesday night and is after much speculation that Bridges is considering a tilt at the top job. Bridges will hold a full media conference later today but told media as he arrived at Parliament this morning that the move by Collins was "desperate". Political commentator and former senior ministerial advisor for the previous National-led government Brigitte Morten told Morning Report the way events played out was not ideal. "I don't think there could be a more destructive way to turn destroy the party from the inside out, undermining the caucus, undermining the board, 10pm press releases with little detail, I don't think you could really have done this any worse." Morton said the events would be a smear on Bridges' reputation and could make him retaking the leadership difficult. But it could provide room for somebody else in the party to take the role and Bridges to take a spot high on the party list. She said it's not looking good for Collins though. "With the actions of Judith Collins over the last 24 hours, this doesn't look like you know, she's got the support of the caucus, or that she's got the trust of the caucus. That's really important for anyone in a leadership position, whether it is the actual leader or within that sort of top 10. "So, I think for her, she will have to make a serious decision about actually whether or not she can continue in politics, and whether or not that is actually in the best interest of the party. "Everyone who is a National Party supporter or on the centre right, or wanting an opposition, wants to think that the opposition party members are there to do the best for the opposition for the party, not for themselves."
National's leader Judith Collins has demoted Simon Bridges after an accusation he made offensive comments to a National MP who RNZ understands is Jacqui Dean. The shock news came in a media release from Collins last night and is after much speculation that Bridges is considering a tilt at the top job. Bridges is accused of making the remarks at a function several years ago - but Collins says she only just learnt the seriousness of the complaint. She says she had no option but to immediately demote the Tauranga MP and strip him of his portfolio responsibilities with the unanimous support of the board. RNZ has approached Jacqui Dean for a response. Bridges will hold a full media conference later today, but told media as he arrived at Parliament this morning that the move by Collins was "desperate". RNZ has calls in to multiple National MPs for comment. PR consultant and a former National Government press secretary Ben Thomas spoke to Susie Ferguson.
The football: In the unforeseen absence of two of our number, we fill their places with people who actually know what they're talking about. Peter Drury and Conor McNamara are some of the finest exponents of the art of commentary, and there's also Steven; together we have a conversation about what people don't realise about the life and craft of the person you might listen to a lot, but not know a lot about. The food: Hugh is struggling with his voice - which he insists is down to something spurious called Cooing Disease - and so is on a diet of VocalZones and Broncho Stops. LIVE SHOW TICKETS: We are in London's Courtyard Theatre for a 5th anniversary live show on Thursday 16th December, and you can be there too! Click on this link for tickets: https://myticket.co.uk/gigs/set-piece-menu-live-london-2021-12-16-19-00 Email: email@example.com Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/en-gb/stores/set-piece-menu-podcast
By popular demand … the brilliant West Indian cricket commentator Fazeer Mohammed returns as a guest of Peter Oborne and Richard Heller in their latest cricket-themed podcast. Speaking from Sri Lanka, where he is commenting on the current West Indies tour, with his customary ebullience, eloquence and erudition he reviews a turbulent period for English and West Indian cricket.Read the full description here: https://chiswickcalendar.co.uk/episode-71-the-great-commentator-fazeer-mohammed-brings-up-to-date-the-stories-of-blacklivesmatter-and-west-indian-cricket/Get in contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
I am so fired up tonight because not only do I have my Co-Host and Hall of Famer Steve Flink with me on tonight, but we are also joined by one of our favorite commentators, Robbie Koenig. Robbie works for a host of TV channels around the world, covering most notably the Masters 1000 events, the slams as well as being the host of the premier online tennis channel of TennisTV.com. Robbie also competed on the pro tour winning five doubles titles and reaching the semifinals of the 1998 US Open doubles draw. It is an absolute privilege to welcome to the pod, Robbie Koenig. Find "Court-Side with Beilinson Tennis": Tennis Channel Podcast Network: https://www.tennis.com/pro-game/podcasts/10/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/courtsidewithbeilinsontennis Instagram: https://instagram.com/court_side_with_beilinson Twitter: https://twitter.com/Court_Side_w_BT Website: https://www.beilinsontennis.com/
Stephen, Brigitte and Kathryn discuss the big decisions weighing on Cabinet over the loosening of Covid restrictions, the discontent in the rural sector evident in yesterday's countrywide protests and last night's Newshub-Reid Research Poll with its big rise for Act.
Today's guest on CPG is a man after my own heart who's always marched to the beat of his own drummer, he's a play-by-play anchor for the World Series of Poker, and host of Crush live Poker's podcast Under the Gun… the one and only David Tuchman.If there's a sport people play in the world, there's a good chance Tuch's covered it. From the NFL to NASCAR to Poker while bouncing around from New York to LA to London the man has seen and covered it all.In today's very special episode with Tuch we're gonna dive deep into how he stumbled into the world of poker and how his background in theatre and journalism uniquely positioned him to take advantage of an incredible early opportunity… hosting and commenting Live at the Bike from the very start.You're gonna learn about Tuch's professional hockey aspirations and what it was like being a prop player at The Bike in the good old days with one of his best friends in the world, Bart Hanson. Now, without any further ado, I bring to you the host of Under the Gun and founder of Tuckonsports.com … the one and only David Tuchman.To learn more about the Free Nuffle promotion, visit: https://chasingpokergreatness.com/free-nuffle-promotionNew CPG Cash Game Courses!Preflop Bootcamp: https://bit.ly/Preflop-BootcampFish in a Barrel: http://bit.ly/fish-in-a-barrelNeutralize Flop Leads: https://bit.ly/2OkN8Yt
Robin Black is a mixed martial arts commentator and analyst, former MMA fighter and glam rocker. He sits down with Chris Van Vliet in Los Angeles to talk about how he went from front man in a Canadian glam rock band to MMA fighter to now MMA commentator and analyst working for Bellator, UFC, Karate Combat and many other companies. He discusses his one-minute breakdowns on social media, his friendship with Joe Rogan, making his fighting debut at 39-years old, the power of reverse engineering and more! If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. For more information about CVV and INSIGHT go to: https://podcast.chrisvanvliet.com Follow CVV on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/ChrisVanVliet Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisVanVliet Facebook: facebook.com/ChrisVanVliet YouTube: youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet TikTok: tiktok.com/@Chris.VanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Grandmaster Daniel King is a popular Commentator, Author, YouTube Creator and Chessable Author. As a player, he has represented England internationally, won many tournaments, and has beaten the likes of Anand and Korchnoi! On his excellent YouTube channel, Powerplay Chess, Daniel has recently been sharing his analysis of key games between Magnus Carlsen and Ian Nepomniatchtchi. With such a resume, he is the perfect person to join me for a preview of the World Championship match, which is less than a week away. Of course, when Daniel visits the podcast there is always more to be discussed. Other highlights include his unforgettable interactions with GM Viktor Korchnoi, and his long relationship with the Kalashnikov Sicilian, which is the subject of his excellent new Chessable course. Please read on for all of the details and relevant links. 0:00- Info from the Intro: Be sure go to MagnusNepo.com to join Aimchess' Prediction Challenge! Check out Chess.com's easy-to-read World Championship schedule breakdown here. Perpetual Chess Bonus World Championship Pods are planned for: November 29, December 2, December 6, December 9 and December 13 6:00- Daniel King joins me to share his thoughts on the World Championship match. Mentioned: Wang Hao 2021-Nepomniatchtchi Candidates 2021, Vachier-Lagrave-Nepomniatchtchi Candidates 2021, GM Nigel Short, GM Michael Adams, GM John Nunn, Peter Doggers interview with GM Fabiano Caruana, Caruana-Carlsen Game 1, 2018, World Championship Odds on Pinnacle.com 32:00- Patreon mailbag question: “What is the etiquette for former seconds discussing their work with a World Championship contender, a la Rustam Kasimdzhanov's recent comments about GM Fabiano Caruana. ?” 35:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chess.com- be sure to check out their new Game Review feature after every game 35:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessmood.com. They offer a huge video library with instruction on every phase of the game. 37:00- What is Daniel's history with the Kalashnikov opening, the opening that is the subject of his new Chessable course? 45:30- Does Daniel have a favorite opening? 47:00- Patreon mailbag question:” Does Daniel have any plans to update his classic book Mastering the Spanish?” Mentioned: Chess Magazine 52:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out what's new from them here: New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels- Chessable.com Don't forget to subscribe to the How to Chess podcast as well! 52:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. ACT NOW to enter their free Magnus-Nepo challenge on this site: https://magnusnepo.com/ 53:00- Patreon mailbag question: “Will Daniel ever flip the board so Black is on the bottom when showing the Black POV on Powerplay Chess?” 56:00- Patreon mailbag question- “Is there any video of Daniel playing the bass?” Mentioned: Nette Robinson art 58:00- What were Daniel's interactions with Korchnoi like? Mentioned: Book Recap #20- Talking Korchnoi with John Fernandez, Korchnoi-Karpov Game 31, 1978 Thanks as always to Daniel for joining the show! If you enjoy his content, feel free to support his Patreon page, as I do. Youtube- Powerplay Chess Free short and sweet version of Daniel's Kalashnikov course: https://www.chessable.com/short-sweet-kings-kalashnikov-sicilian/course/83454/ Purchase the full course here: King's Kalashnikov Sicilian Follow Daniel on Twitter here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With the last test of the year for the All Blacks and the Black Ferns, Sam discusses whether they can turn around their form to send out 2021 on a high - and will it be enough?. And the Black Caps move on from World Cup disappointment straight into one of cricket's toughest tours.
LEGDAY is an Overwatch League Contenders commentator, often found casting with Lemonkiwi. Recently he's been casting other games such as Valorant and Rocket League.Co-produced by: ShayneFind the video version here -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyzq3hHmHWgFollow the Caster Calls Twitter account - https://www.twitter.com/castercallsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/zombiegrub)
Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles joins Kathryn on the programme to answer listeners' Covid questions. And it's the start of World Antibiotic Awareness week tomorrow - what do we need to know? Associate Professor Dr Siouxsie Wiles is the head of Bioluminescent Superbugs Lab at the University of Auckland.
Markus Fjørtoft (@markusfjortoft) and Ciaran McKenna (CiaranMcKenna8) talk to Derek Rae (@RaeComm), the legendary Scottish football commentator. His distinguishable voice has vividly guided millions through the bliss and torment of some of the most iconic football games the world has seen in the last three decades. In this special episode, Derek takes us through his love for football and linguistics, starting as a small kid in rural Aberdeen listening to German radio, his move to the US when the sport was only at its infancy, the making of a successful tournament and the players that wowed him, his notorious dedication to pronunciations, the key insight of becoming a FIFA commentator, and an incredible outro to top it all off. This is the legend that is Derek Rae...Derek Rae is a Scottish football commentator working for ESPN and the Bundesliga/DFL World Feed. Derek has had a distinguished career covering and commentating on football worldwide from the Scottish Premiership to MLS and, more recently, the Bundesliga, as well as in most major international tournaments from the 1990s onwards. In addition, he has been the lead commentator on the popular football video game FIFA for the past three years (having been involved since 2019). He was awarded the 1987 British Sports Broadcaster of the Year. Follow BroPod on Twitter @BroPod1 and Facebook. Feel free to subscribe and review our podcast on iTunes and/or Spotify. #beother
Discovery is creating new tv channels and will have 5, the most of any free-to-air broadcaster. Andrew says more local content will be produced, though the skew is clearly to reality TV. And Broadcasting and Media Minister Kris Faafoi has received the final business case on the public broadcasting plan for TVNZ and RNZ but it won't be considered by Cabinet until the New Year.
There's been a large number of people leaving KiwiRail, Pattrick talks to Kathryn about what's driving it. Also, with the impending summer of Covid, a look at where rapid antigen testing is at. Pattrick Smellie is the editor and co-founder of BusinessDesk and has reported on the New Zealand economy and business since 1983.
Labour is beginning to hurt in the polls as rating of Covid management slump and another day of more than 200 infections yesterday. Also at COP26 New Zealand pledges an completely unquantifiable sum of money, dependent on international carbon prices to buy its way out of cutting emissions. How much of a `fiscal risk' is this approach? Neale Jones was Chief of Staff to Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern, and prior to that was Chief of Staff to Andrew Little. He is the director of Capital Government Relations. Ben Thomas is a PR consultant and a former National Government press secretary.
Commentators are talking about a new Cold War between the world's two great powers but are there any similarities between the Cold War – between the Soviet Union and the United States – and the tensions today between China and the US?
Former NFL QB and current broadcaster for Monday Night Football, Brian Griese chats with Greg Papa & John Lund ahead of Monday's big 49ers/Rams game See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former NFL QB and current broadcaster for Monday Night Football, Brian Griese chats with Greg Papa & John Lund ahead of Monday's big 49ers/Rams game See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Craig Fowler and Shaughan McGuigan record in person for the first time in over 18 months! And what's on the menu? Two clubs just one place apart in the SPFL league structure but with wildly different 2021/22 campaigns thus far, and Scotland's famous victory over France in 1989. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Black Caps will face Australia for the Twenty20 World Cup title on Monday morning - our sports commentator Sam Ackerman looks at what they'll need to do to win it. Plus the All Blacks step up a notch in their never-ending tour and why a victory for gender equality in Australia could mean bad news for New Zealand.
Guest Bio:Rashad Evans is a former UFC fighter and Light Heavyweight Champion, earning the title in 2008. One of his most notable fights occurred when Evans came in as an underdog at UFC 88 and shocked the world with a knockout blow to Chuck Liddell, a former Light Heavyweight Champion, earning Evans an award for “knockout of the year”. In 2019 he was inducted into UFC Hall of fame and is widely considered one best fighters from his weight class. In addition to the UFC, Evans saw success as the heavyweight winner in the Ultimate Fighter 2. In recent years, he has been interviewed on The Joe Rogan Experience among other shows and acted as a commentator for ESPN and MMA Live.
In this edition of Hoopsology, we welcome radio play-by-play commentator for the Toronto Raptors, Eric Smith. Since their championship victory, the Raptors have been one of the most compelling teams in the NBA and Eric explains how the team is adapting playing in front of home fans and having one of their star players back in the lineup, Pascal Siakam. We also talk about Raptors' rookie Scottie Barnes and Drake. Get in touch with the show through Facebook and Twitter, leave us a review on iTunes and email us at email@example.com. We are a member of the OTG Basketball Network. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopsology/support
Throwback music/songs and history. Recitations from the Quran Surah 'Muhammad,' 47:20-38 through Surah 'Al-Fath,' (Victory) 48:1-17. Forgive my bloopers reading Quran in Arabic. For Educational Purposes and Inspirational Materials. The Artists, Authors, Commentators, Creators and Producers own their music/songs, comments/opinions, content and do not necessarily reflect my position. Discretion is advised. Commentary may not be suitable for sensitive audiences. The views, opinions and political ideology expressed are from the 1960(s) through 1980(s) and may not be suitable for the political correctness of 2021.
Well that's the moment Black Caps opener Daryl Mitchell secured New Zealand's place in Monday's T20 cricket World Cup final. It was a nail-biting match with the Black Caps slow with the run chase to start. Jimmy Neesham delivered a game changing knock of 27 runs, but it was Mitchell's man of the match 72 off 47 balls which got the New Zealanders over the line. Cricket commentator Bryan Waddle watched the semi-final and spoke to Corin Dann about it.
Commentators and politicos have given lots of hot takes on why Democrats did so poorly in Tuesday's election and what it portends for the 2022 midterms. The crew runs down a list of theories in a game of ‘Buy, Sell, or Hold' to discuss what evidence, if any, supports some of these arguments. They also debate how reliable exit polls are in determining what motivates voters and consider how Democrats were able to overcome intra-party disagreements to pass a $1 trillion infrastructure bill.
David Henderson https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-henderson-89049124 a presentation skills expert at Spoken with Authority and Let 'Em Speak Podcast collaborator, has more than two decades of experience in high-profile communication-based roles, including 20 years as a trial attorney during which he tried over 70 jury cases to a verdict. Previously, he served as an associate at Vinson & Elkins, LLP, and as a prosecutor in the Special Crimes Division of the Bexar County's District Attorney's office. Currently, he serves as a civil rights attorney at Ellwanger Law PLLC, and a workshop facilitator and coach at Spoken with Authority. David joined Toastmasters International in 2007, and in 2010 he was named World Champion of Public Speaking in a competition of more than 30,000 elite speakers from 113 countries. He has been featured on CNN and MSNBC providing legal analyses of high-profile cases involving police shootings. David holds a B.A. from the University of Texas, and a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. By listening to this conversation with David, you'll learn about: - The importance of representation in the media - The practical details of landing and giving media interviews - Staying true to your beliefs - Using the Sandwich Structure Method for interview preparation - Sharing your expertise - Getting honest feedback from a trusted friend Twitter: @OakCliffLawyer More on the “Sandwich Structure:” https://spokenwithauthority.com/sandwich-presentation-structure-method/
Ever heard of the Colorcast app? It is a sports commentary app where you can watch games live and comment on any game of your choosing. Dom Ingram is one of the original casters of Colorcast since it started last year. Ingram has been passionate about sports broadcasting since he was a kid, but seriously considered it as a career a year and half ago. He tells me his story of loss, triumph, and finally gaining the courage to pursue his dreams without any distractions. For Quiet Time with God, I tell you my own struggles of forgiving people in my life. For Mental Health Check In, I give you five tips to improve your mental health and take care of your well-being. For my Sports Analysis, I take you on the dramatic journey that the New Orleans Saints went through to snatch a victory from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mtmv/support
Part 1 of 2 .The Boys get the opportunity to speak to Michael Vaughan, former England International Cricket Captain, Commentator and Entrepreneur. The discussion centres around the transition from sport to business, looking at analogies and behaviours consistent within both worlds.