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Shoreline City
It's a Complicated Blessing // Part 2: Look Towards Heaven // Pastor Earl McClellan

Shoreline City

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 41:10


Join us LIVE for service every Sunday at 10:00am CST.Noon PrayerJoin us Monday through Saturday on Instagram for Noon Prayer at 12pm CSTIf you made the decision to put Jesus first, text “JESUS” to 73000.Growth TrackLet's make it official! Growth Track is the front door to all things SC! It's where you learn the vision and values of Shoreline City and how you can play a part from wherever you are. Sign up right here!Connect GroupsBe a friend, make a friend. Don't do life alone! We believe that in order to grow spiritually, we must be connected relationally. Join a Connect Group today!GivingIf you would like to be a part of bringing heaven to earth through your finances, you can give through the Shoreline City app, or online through our website by clicking here. You can also Text "GIVE" to 73000.If you need prayer, text “PRAYER” to 73000.For more information about Shoreline City, visit our website!https://www.shorelinecity.church/

Stories and Strategies
Case Study – A Simple Message, Easy Call to Action, Complicated Outcomes

Stories and Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 24:18


Utility Safety Partners has a simple message. Like all One-Call services it advocates for people and professional contractors to contact them before they dig a hole. One contact and locate markings result a short time later by any company with buried facilities int eh area, and you can dig that hole for your deck, or fence post, or whatever work needs to be done. That's a message that benefits everyone right? It's a simple action contacting just one entity for all this, there's no particular delay to the project… you would think compliance would be 100%? Of course it isn't. That's human nature. And it's the communications challenge for all One-Call services around the World taking this easy message, and this easy call to action, and making it human habit.Guest: Mike Sullivan, President Utility Safety Partnershttps://utilitysafety.ca/info@utilitysafety.ca@utility_safety on TwitterCheck out Mike's podcast on Apple Prairie PodcastConnect with Stories and Strategies on Twitter @stories_strats. We follow back.Let's talk about the podcast idea doug@storiesandstrategies.ca 

Libations for Everyone
Complicated Lime with Charles Lovejoy

Libations for Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 120:28


Ma, we did it!! Libations for Everyone has crossed the 50 episode marker. Charles Lovejoy (CHARLES X2) of Lovejoy's Brand bloody mary mix, hot sauce and more, made the perfect foil for this momentous occasion, and first outdoor recording of '22. Cigars, bloodies (including a wild interpretation of "pho" with Lovejoy's Thai Basil + Du Nord whiskey) and Cold Snacks blended with banter on such topics as foods people adore that almost always suck, what you'd want your kitchen to smell like forever, hated movie tropes, and the perfect brunch.Grab a bottle of Lovejoy's and make yourself a bloody for this ep, lest you be jealous while listening! #libationsforeveryoneLibations of ChoiceThe hosts and their guest drank:Lovejoy Bloody Mary'sMontucky Cold SnacksFIND USFacebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | Twitch | libationsforeveryone.comSubscribe and review wherever podcasts are foundLibations for Everyone!

Sundial | WLRN
Property insurance, cooking on a budget and the complicated legacy of XXXTentacion

Sundial | WLRN

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 50:46


Legislators are heading back to Tallahassee soon to talk about rising property insurance policy rates. Plus, the Camillus House has a new program to help families learn how to cook healthy meals that are not expensive. And we speak to the director behind a new documentary about the late South Florida rapper XXXTentacion.

Tech for Non-Techies
Feature creep – why apps get too complicated

Tech for Non-Techies

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 13:53


When an app has too many features and pop ups, most users get confused and frustrated. This is feature creep: when the product's core functionality becomes hidden in too many options and things to do. Feature creep happens when a team is determined to stay productive, but loses sight of its strategy. Sometimes stopping is better for the product than doing more. Learning notes from this episode: Feature creep is problematic for two main reasons: it confuses users and it costs money. This is because product teams have to be paid to design and code, and you also have to pay cloud costs to store your pointless features. Feature creep happens when there is a pressure to produce, which is contrary to the ability to focus. It can be easier to present new features as productivity to investors and corporate bosses, rather than saying that the product team took time to review results and reflect. To prevent feature creep, go back to the fundamental product development questions you've learnt here: What problem is our product solving? Who are we solving it for? Who is willing to pay to solve this problem? What other solutions do they have to this problem? Keep your eyes on the user, not the product. Feature creep happens when you get obsessed with the product and forget the user. It should be the other way around. Resources mentioned in this episode: Tech for Non-Techies: Introduction to UX design for Non-Techies with Sang Valte (video) Tech for Non-Techies: The hidden cost of cat videos (podcast) UX Collective: Feature creep, what is it and how it affects your customers To attend Tech for Non-Technical Founders on May 14 2022, book your ticket here   ----- If you like learning about how tech products and profits get made, you'll like our newsletter. It's funny too. Sign up here. ----- There are 2 ways to apply this work to your unique challenges: For companies: We create learning and innovation programmes, to help companies make the most out of digital transformation and help them become more entrepreneurial. Happy clients include Techstars x Blackstone Launchpad, Constellation Brands and Oxford University. Get in touch with us about bespoke training & consulting on info@techfornontechies.co For individuals, if you want to: Build tech a venture as a non-technical innovator Succeed in tech as a non-techie Then Tech For Non-Techies membership is for you. We love hearing from our readers and listeners. So if you have questions about the content or working with us, just get in touch on info@techfornontechies.co Say hi to Sophia on Twitter and follow her on LinkedIn. Following us on Facebook and Instagram will make you smarter. 

It's Complicated
Summer of Love, with Jen & Rob

It's Complicated

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 54:32


Time is flying and summer is approaching. We're gearing up for what that means in terms of dating and relationships - will it be the opposite of cuffing season now that it seems the worst of the pandemic is behind us, and warmer temperatures are upon us? Will people be traveling more, and getting serious less? We dive into Jen's most recent dates, as well as both of our upcoming travels and how we're approaching them in terms of potential romance.   This episode is sponsored by Noom. Start building better habits for healthier, long-term results. Sign up for your trial at Noom.com/Bleav.   Keep it Complicated with Jen, NotJen, and Rob: Host Socials - @jenifergolden, @laurenleonelli, @foreversevors, @complicatedshow Shop our store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/complicatedshow Support - https://www.patreon.com/itscomplicated

Get Your SELF Back Podcast
17. Complicated Mother Grief

Get Your SELF Back Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 43:27


For those of us recovering from narcissists, a complicated relationship with our Moms is pretty common. In this episode I share the experience of losing my mother, some lessons I've learned and how it can apply to your complicated relationship with your mother. Trigger warning: suicide and abuse. You're invited to join me on a call where we will implement some concepts discussed in this episode in your situation. On Friday, May 13, 2022 at 12:30pm on Zoom we'll do some basic training on how to uncomplicate your relationship with your mother and then we will dive into live coaching. So do the exercise suggested in the episode and then come to call and bring your questions and get coached! Register for the class here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0tcuytpj8tHtOZoabAX5cnqBJRWnV3u_Oy For the replay, sign up here: https://mailchi.mp/bythewaycoaching.com/email-list-subscribe Request a consultation for 1:1 coaching: https://bit.ly/btwconsultrequest --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/get-yourself-back-podcast/support

Economic Development Secrets
063 - Economic Development Secrets - The Impact of Remote Workers: It's Complicated

Economic Development Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 8:25


063 - Economic Development Secrets - The Impact of Remote Workers: It's Complicated by Impact DataSource

The SysAdmin DOJO Podcast
Why is Microsoft 365 Licensing so Complicated?

The SysAdmin DOJO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 43:36


We've got Paul Schnackenburg back to talk about licensing in Microsoft 365.  To those that have even glanced at the licensing sections of the Microsoft 365 admin portal it comes as no surprise to find out that licensing in Microsoft 365 is horribly complex. We discuss how we ended up here, what different options are there for licensing in Microsoft 365, frontline workers, and most importantly, which license to choose! In this episode on Microsoft 365 licensing What is the difference between the business packages and the enterprise packages in Microsoft 365? - 4:46 What are the differences between the E3 and E5 licensing levels in Microsoft 365? - 9:05 What is Enterprise Mobility and Security (EMS) in Microsoft 365? - 19:03 E-series packages versus smaller SKUs with addon licenses - 25:34 What is the F-Series of Licenses in Microsoft 365 for? - 30:30 What Microsoft 365 License is right for my organization? - 34:13 What resources are available to help deal with Microsoft 365 licensing? - 39:24 Resources for Microsoft 365 licensing Microsoft 365 resources on the DOJO More Information on Microsoft 365 Frontline Workers on the DOJO Paul's eBook on Microsoft 365 Security Microsoft 365 Service Descriptions M365 Maps Microsoft 365 Price Increase Blog Post DOJO Webinar on Azure Stack HCI Learn more on this SysAdmin DOJO episode and licensing in Microsoft 365 >

Ask A Death Doula
Why We Experience Such Complicated Grief Today

Ask A Death Doula

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 31:24


In this episode of "Ask a Death Doula", I talk with Reid Peterson the founder of The Grief Refuge App. We have an insightful conversation about grief, what is is, how it works and what you can do to thrive through the grief journey. 2. Why Grief is so Complicated [8:49] – Grief is painful, and people want to avoid pain of all types – emotional pain is particularly complicated to deal with. Many people associate feeling this kind of pain as not normal and then crave a sense of normalcy in response. This can lead to premature dismissal of their grief. It leads to a lack of respect in our society for the grieving process – it can feel taboo or stigmatized. Even though pain is uncomfortable, it is a signal we receive to let us know something is wrong and we need to acknowledge it. We don't want to be in pain, but we have to recognize it and understand where it is coming from so that we can address it properly. Ignoring it is only masking it and giving it an opportunity to grow and transmute into something even more severe. Understanding your grief as a natural and expected response to loss allows you to sit with it, honor it, and identify the tools you have to eventually transform it and heal from it. Unless we're willing and courageous enough to sit with our pain and befriend it, we're never going to have the opportunity to transform it and move past it. 3. Bringing Back Rituals to End of Life for Healthy Grieving [14:22] – Incorporating rituals back into the processes of end of life and grieving and memorials can be extremely comforting. This can provide insight into steps for the next phases of life for those who are grieving. Rituals that are practiced with loved ones are even more empowering through the shared connection and experience. When families take time at the end of life when they have lost a loved one and really use that window of opportunity to be present and share stories with each other – it has an incredibly positive impact on the way their grief and bereavement journey goes from that point forward. There is no need to rush in the wake of a significant loss – realize that we will never have this moment again. Take it in, allow yourself to slow down, and process what happened and how you are feeling. Bringing back ritual is so important for this. 4. “Stuck” Grief [21:15] – “Stuck” grief is when someone feels hopeless, lonely or isolated, and feeling lost while going through the grieving process. It is defined by people who feel as though they aren't making progress in their healing – they start to feel that it will never improve. One of the most common things that happen at the end of life is people will wait for you to leave the bedside before they have their actual end of life. Often times, they will be unresponsive and in a sleeping coma for days and the brief instance that someone leaves them for a few minutes they pass away - and people come back and are usually riddled with guilt that they weren't there for the passing of their loved one. Just having the knowledge that this is normal can unburden people who have been carrying around guilt for decades of their life. Knowledge and education are two of the greatest tools we have to help us deal with the natural process of grieving and how we can move forward and heal from it. 5. The Grief Refuge [24:50] – The Grief Refuge is a hybrid organization that offers live services such as retreats and support groups for those who are grieving. Support groups are now online and focus on unique aspects of grief experiences. There are groups for different types of loss and specific experiences. There are also one-on-one “grief companioning” services offered. It is a heart-centered, and soul-centered approach to helping those dealing with the difficulties of coping with grief or going through grief overwhelm. The Grief Refuge also has an app platform for those seeking validation and comfort along their grief journey and so they can reflect and receive guidance. Memorable Quotes: 1. “Grief is a natural and expected response to losing something we care about.” – Suzanne B. O'Brien RN 2. “Right now, we are living in a society that treats death as optional. We have to really change our thinking here and bring death back into the natural fold of life because that denial creates a crisis when the time comes.” – Suzanne B. O'Brien RN PLEASE SHARE THIS PODCAST WITH A FRIEND!!! Rate & Review the Podcast: Visit The Grief Refuge Here: The Grief Refuge FREE TRAINING: THE GOOD DEATH: Level 1End of Life Doula Training: REGISTER HERE

Book Talk, etc.
Mommy Dearest: Complicated Motherhood Stories

Book Talk, etc.

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 64:31


In Episode 51 of Book Talk, Etc. Tina and Renee share books involving mothers. They also share what they've been loving lately, their latest reads, shelf additions, and have book talk about motherhood trends in fiction **If you enjoy our podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon ! We have great bonus episodes including Books we DNFed, Books We Disagreed On, Even More Best of the Year, Backlist Book Club, Second Year Spoiler Author Chat, Mood Reader Happy Hour, a private Facebook group & our BRAND NEW DISCORD where you can interact with other patrons, and more- all for just $5 a month! Loving Lately 2:40 Lake Time Supply  (R) 6:35 Dupes for Apple Airpod Pros (T)       Latest Reads10:50 Finding Me | Viola Davis (T)

Pop Fiction Women
Dervla McTiernan & 'The Murder Rule': Complicated Conversations Series

Pop Fiction Women

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 40:39


On this episode of Complicated Conversations, we chat with internationally bestselling author Dervla McTiernan about her new novel, The Murder Rule. ** After perfectly nailing her elevator pitch, Dervla talks about how writing Hannah, her protagonist, was a bit of wish fulfillment. (02:24) ** The Murder Rule reminds us of Karin Slaughter's bestseller, Pieces of Her, which is a massive compliment. Dervla discusses why she wanted to structure the book between past and present and mother and daughter. (05:09) ** Like Carinn and Kate, Dervla is a lawyer. We loved hearing about her complicated relationship with being a lawyer. Let's just say we could relate! (10:20) ** Dervla shares the remarkable and harrowing personal experience that coincided with her finding a literary agent and launching her career as an author.  (18:13)  ** Though she is so grateful for her journey, Dervla admits she still wants more and we happily help her plot world domination! (25:35) ** We discuss astrology and the Libra's scales of justice seem pretty appropriate for her. (28:00) ** Dervla shares the real life inspiration for this novel. (31:13) ** Dervla tells us what she is loving right now. (35:00)

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller
It's Complicated, Messy and Hard w/ Harry Bowcott

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 39:20


Tisha Schuller welcomes Harry Bowcott, senior partner at McKinsey & Company in London, to the Energy Thinks Podcast.Tisha and Harry discuss:·      The complicated and messy world view of realistic climate action;·      Interdependence and interconnectedness themes around climate resilience;·      COP26's influence on net zero as an operating principle for business;·      The need for oil and gas companies to build strategic resilience in certain volatility;·      Change stories articulating company aspirations;·      Government and business collaboration and the mobilization of finance; and,·      Storytelling as a leadership tool.Reports and content referenced in this episode:·      IPCC: Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change·      IPCC: Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability·      Powered by data, driven by people: The travel sector's future·      Protecting people from a changing climate: The case for resilience·      Diversity Wins report·      Opportunities for UK businesses in the net-zero transition·      Women in the Workplace report·      Keynote for the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week SummitHarry leads McKinsey's sustainability practice in the UK and Ireland and is the company's people leader in these countries. He also leads the company's U.N. Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP) process and its relationship with the United Nation's High-Level Climate Champions. In addition to his work in sustainability, Harry leads data analytics for McKinsey's Travel, Transport & Logistics Practice and the London office's Travel, Transport & Logistics Practice and Aerospace & Defense Practice. He also serves on the board of Navimeter, a data analytics tool that can predict more accurate port-time arrivals and improve asset utilization via global vessel tracking. Prior to his start at McKinsey in 2004, Harry served as brand manager at Proctor & Gamble for seven years. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Oxford and a M.Phil. in history from the University of Cambridge.Subscribe here for Tisha's weekly "Both Things Are True" email newsletter. Follow all things Adamantine Energy at www.energythinks.com. Thanks to Lindsey Slaughter, Adán Rubio, and Michael Tanner who make the Energy Thinks podcast possible. [Interview recorded on April 21, 2022]

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Opposition says issues surrounding NMH are 'messy and complicated'

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 5:58


David Cullinane, Sinn Féin Health spokesperson, explains his concerns about the agreement to re-locate the National Maternity Hospital to St Vincent's campus.

University of Minnesota Law School
LawTalk Ep. 20 - It's Complicated: Facebook's Liability for Users' Posts

University of Minnesota Law School

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 62:53


This episode, It's Complicated: Facebook's Liability for Users' Posts, poses the questions ‘When is Facebook (or any other platform) legally responsible for users' bad behavior? And when should they be?' The current answer is found mostly in a federal statute, 47 U.S.C. § 230, that immunizes online intermediaries from liability for most user-generated content. Section 230 is the subject of constant controversy and numerous reform proposals, but has remained largely intact since 1996. Minnesota Law's Professor William McGeveran moderates the conversation between Danielle Citron, professor of law at the University of Virginia, and Jeff Kosseff, Associate Professor of Law at the United States Naval Academy as they try to answer the questions, “Is it time to change Section 230? And If so, how?” This webinar discussion was recorded on April 25th, 2022. It is also available for viewing on the Minnesota Law YouTube channel. (https://youtu.be/i0T5_aMPmE4) A transcript of this episode is available here: https://z.umn.edu/Ep20Transcript Learn more about the University of Minnesota Law School by visiting law.umn.edu and following Minnesota Law on Twitter twitter.com/UofMNLawSchool.

Obroa-skai Walkers
True Colors Chapters 5-7: It's Complicated

Obroa-skai Walkers

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 109:03


Ben's building a database, Bill Slavicsek is a god, and more Luke Skywalker deepfake discourse! Oh, and things for the Omega boys and their friends are getting REAL sticky. Chapters 5-7 this week! This week's Article From the Archives: Spice cigar

Twisted Sisterds
{Repost} 180 - A Complicated Choice with Rev Katey Zeh

Twisted Sisterds

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 65:28


With the news this last week in the US, it felt appropriate to repost this episode.   For more commentary on the impact of the impending loss of abortion rights in the US, we recommend the "Overturning Roe Might Backfire on Christians" episode of The Friendly Atheist podcast and We'll Hear Arguments and Boom! Lawyered for legal history and commentary.   Join Nicole and Becky this week as they talk with Rev. Katey Zeh about being kicked out of every part of the Baptist Church, accompanying people before, during, and after the experience of abortion, and how being called out is a gift. Get her thought provoking and accessible book, A Complicated Choice: Making Space for Grief and Healing in the Pro-Choice Movement, on February 15, 2022.   Follow Rev. Zeh at all the places: kateyzeh.com Twitter: @kateyzeh Insta: @kateyzeh Facebook: katey.zeh   Mentioned in this episode: Renee Bracey Sherman National Network of Abortion Funds (NNAF) Crying in H Mart Maangchi on YouTube       You can hear previous guests (we'll get Katey next time we have her on) answer our 10 goofy questions by becoming a $5 patron at patreon.com/twistedsisterds.   If you have questions or want to chat with us, tweet at us @twistedsisterds or drop a comment on our Facebook page, or better yet, head over to Patreon and become a $1 or more subscriber to join the Twisterds Tavern private FB group. We always enjoy sharing our magick.   Subscribe and drop us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.   Support us at patreon.com/twistedsisterds to join our private FB group the Twisterds Tavern, get Sisterds swag, and even shape the content of the episodes.   Tweet at us @TwistedSisterds   Follow us on Instagram @twistedsisterds   Follow us on Facebook facebook.com/sisterdspodcast     Twisted Sisterds is now part of the Wild Goose GooseCast Network, a network of faith based podcasts discussing issues of inclusion and social justice. To learn more about The Wild Goose Festival, go to wildgoosefestival.org   This episode was edited by Natalie Wells.   Theme song by Michael Baysinger, cover performance by Key and Nuts.   New logo by Cheyenne Davis at Chey's Designs.   Transition bumpers by Sean Ozee.   Outro music by Andy Moore.

Two Old Bitches: Stories from Women who Reimagine, Reinvent and Rebel

In honor of Mother's Day we are bringing back this classic from season 4. “Two of my heroes are mother and my grandmother…My mother taught me to be a woman. She was the strongest person I've ever met. And someday I'll be the woman she wants me to be” - Tracy Hyter-Suffern It's complicated. Mothers. They're sometimes cast as heroes and role models, often as victims or villains. In almost 40 conversations with other old bitches, mothers emerge as essential to the fabric of so many parts of our histories, our present and our futures. Drawing from those conversations, we've pulled together a few clips to share with you, from Inca Alexandrina Mohamed or Joy Kane talking about their mother's dreams for them or Maya Wiley talking about her fears for her teenage daughters. So, on this Mother's Day, take a minute to listen to this episode of Two Old Bitches with a mother, a daughter or someone else who you can talk to about the place of mothers in our lives. And, consider supporting the mothers and families who have been separated at the border. Check out www.familiesbelongtogether.org and the “Until Every Family Is Reunited” campaign. This episode features: Dodo Berk (Season 1, Ep. 10), Elaine Finsilver (Season 1, Ep.06), Tracy Hyter-Suffern (Season 4, Ep. 8), Renata Joy (Season 4, Ep. 5), Joy Kane (Season 3, Ep. 10), Inca Alexandria Mohamed (Season 2, Ep. 9), Hendrica Okondo (Season 3, Ep. 8), Diane Scanlon (Season 2, Ep. 10), Hrag Vartanian (Season 4, Ep. 9) and Maya Wiley (Season 3, Ep. 7). We thank them and all of the Old Bitches who have shared their lives on our show!

PBS NewsHour - Health
Exploring the complicated history of abortion in the United States

PBS NewsHour - Health

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 8:36


In the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion striking down Roe v. Wade, Justice Samuel Alito writes that the nation has had an "unbroken tradition" of criminalizing abortion. But as John Yang reports, the history is much more complicated. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Supreme Court
Exploring the complicated history of abortion in the United States

PBS NewsHour - Supreme Court

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 8:36


In the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion striking down Roe v. Wade, Justice Samuel Alito writes that the nation has had an "unbroken tradition" of criminalizing abortion. But as John Yang reports, the history is much more complicated. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Politics
Exploring the complicated history of abortion in the United States

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 8:36


In the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion striking down Roe v. Wade, Justice Samuel Alito writes that the nation has had an "unbroken tradition" of criminalizing abortion. But as John Yang reports, the history is much more complicated. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Exploring the complicated history of abortion in the United States

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 8:36


In the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion striking down Roe v. Wade, Justice Samuel Alito writes that the nation has had an "unbroken tradition" of criminalizing abortion. But as John Yang reports, the history is much more complicated. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast
Episode 341: Sister Emily Beata Marsh Talks about "Everyday Holiness: Not As Complicated As You Think"

Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 44:04


Sister Emily Beata Marsh, FSP, the vocation director for the Daughters of Saint Paul, shares a Theology on Tap talk called “Everyday Holiness: Not As Complicated As You Think.” It was recorded at Murphy's Grand Irish Pub on May 2, 2022.

Pop Fiction Women
Emily Henry & 'Book Lovers': Complicated Conversations Series

Pop Fiction Women

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 27:58


On today's episode of Complicated Conversations, we are joined by Emily Henry. Emily is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of People We Meet on Vacation and Beach Read, as well as several young adult novels. Her books have been featured in Buzzfeed, Oprah Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, The Skimm, Shondaland, and more. Her new novel, Book Lovers, is out now!

Women of Marvel
Scarlet Witch: It's Complicated

Women of Marvel

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 52:08


Wanda Maximoff has a tragic history complicated by magic. We'll find out how the Scarlet Witch, over time, becomes one of the most powerful Marvel characters. A we'll chat with scholar Beth Pollard about magic in pop culture, artist Jordie Bellaire about coloring the Scarlet Witch, and editor Kaitlyn Lindtvedt about why Wanda is her favorite character.

It's Complicated
Life after Love Island, with Kierstan Saulter

It's Complicated

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 63:31


We've talked a lot about the different ways to find love on this show. We've also talked a lot about what some people are doing right vs. what some people are doing wrong. The thing about finding a “partner” for life is that they, too, are their own separate person. They have needs and wants and desires that are their own. As much as we want someone who fits into our lives perfectly, we MUST fit into theirs just as well. This begs the question: is there one specific person out there that is our “match.” Our, “soulmate,” if you will? Or are there many different options, and we just have to navigate and find the best one that fits when the stars align? Instead of soulmate, maybe it's just the “right mate.” Kierstan Saulter, former contestant on Love Island USA season 2, nursing student and Texan living in Los Angeles, joins us to dish on her love life after the show, whether soulmates exist, reality dating shows and if they really work, and which celebrity couples she thinks will make it. Keep up with Kierstan: @kierstansaulter @nakd_aesthetics   This episode is sponsored by Noom. Start building better habits for healthier, long-term results. Sign up for your trial at Noom.com/Bleav.   Keep it Complicated with Jen, NotJen, and Rob: Host Socials - @jenifergolden, @laurenleonelli, @foreversevors, @complicatedshow Shop our store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/complicatedshow Support - https://www.patreon.com/itscomplicated

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue
How to speak on complicated issues your audience

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 17:08


Science Communication is one of the most important parts of conservation as it is responsible for getting complex information to your audience, but people are used to simple sound bites rather than long explanations; therefore, SciCommers need to adapt and get their points across easily.   In today's episode, I am going to be discussing how to get your point across while holding your audience's attention.   Building an online community through digital storytelling 6-week course: https://bit.ly/3ivkHCx   Sign up to find out about the audio Ocean Conservation Careers members group: https://bit.ly/38ak7Z8   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc 

Messages - Hub City Church
It's Complicated: Gospel Revealed

Messages - Hub City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 45:59


The message of the Gospel is central in the life of a Christian, but its not always easy to grasp, believe, follow and represent the truth of the Gospel. In this series we will discuss how we discover the truth of the Gospel when it doesn't align with the messages of culture, the importance of not settling for a distorted version of the Gospel, and how we can effectively share the Gospel with our world.

Messages - Hub City Church
It's Complicated: Foolishness of the Gospel

Messages - Hub City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 50:51


The message of the Gospel is central in the life of a Christian, but its not always easy to grasp, believe, follow and represent the truth of the Gospel. In this series we will discuss how we discover the truth of the Gospel when it doesn't align with the messages of culture, the importance of not settling for a distorted version of the Gospel, and how we can effectively share the Gospel with our world.

Messages - Hub City Church
It's Complicated: Lifestyle of Generosity

Messages - Hub City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 0:37


What happens to my view of money when I put Christ at the center of my finances? Faith and finances can become a complicated topic, but as we look at Paul's writings about money and the church in Corinth we can learn some lessons that will change the way we view our money and how we can live a lifestyle of generosity.

Messages - Hub City Church
It's Complicated: Generosity of God

Messages - Hub City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 42:25


What happens to my view of money when I put Christ at the center of my finances? Faith and finances can become a complicated topic, but as we look at Paul's writings about money and the church in Corinth we can learn some lessons that will change the way we view our money and how we can live a lifestyle of generosity.

Game of Food
Complicated and Confused... On Purpose

Game of Food

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 14:53


The choice is yours... you can claim it's simple or complicated. But the results are far better with those that claim it's a simple concept! Choose wisely...

Do The Thing Movement
211. When Friendship Gets Complicated with Bailey Hurley

Do The Thing Movement

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 29:23


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Jeff Mendelson's One Big Tip Podcast
E228 - Social media doesn't need to be complicated to grow your business | with Andréa Jones

Jeff Mendelson's One Big Tip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 22:21


Andréa Jones, successful podcast host of the top-rated podcast, the Social Savvy Podcast and founder of OnlineDrea, shares her passion for helping entrepreneurs increase customer engagement and grow a following organically. Andréa was named one of Social Report's top marketers to follow in 2019 and shares her strategies, tactics, and passion with her private clients, students, and today on the One Big Tip podcast.Andréa's interest in social media began in 2007 when she created YouTube videos of her home, before being a YouTuber was cool. During her years at University, Andréa interned as a digital marketer for a theater company. Shortly after graduation, Andréa moved to Canada, got married, and dove into entrepreneurial waters when she began her freelancing career as a digital marketer. After finding success, Andréa opened her digital marketing agency, OnlineDrea.com, where she works with clients to grow their business by using the appropriate platforms for their market so they can gain revenue and loyal customers.For Andréa, the most challenging part of shifting from freelancer to marketing agency owner was learning how to become a team leader who inspires her employees. Creating a virtual team that can serve her clients was a skill that she learned through the school of hard knocks. Today, to be a member of team Andréa, you need to have a love of social media, those that don't need not apply. Another aspect of creating teams is creating SOPs (standard operating procedures). This allows every client to receive the same level of service as if they were the only client. Andréa approaches social media marketing from a different perspective than content creators. Her strategy is - three hours a week is all you need to build a successful business and create a community and loyal customer base. This only works if you know which platform your customers will be on and their goal. If you're an author, you want to establish authority and get your name out there. If you're in the eCommerce industry, conversions and ROI are where you focus. This distinction is an integral part of Andréa's strategy and part of what makes her a success. One strategy Andréa uses when creating a marketing campaign is mirroring what your business does for its target audience on social media. Reflecting who you are and what your brand stands for on social media is the best way to find a client's voice because it creates authenticity. If you would like to hear more from Andréa Jones about creating digital campaigns that resonate with your target audience, listen to today's episode of the One Big Tip podcast. In this episode[1:40] Andréa talks about becoming a digital marketing agency owner.[7:02] The challenges entrepreneurs face when building teams.  [11:05] The importance of knowing your clients' needs so you can serve them effectively.[15:12] Why brand voice is essential when creating a digital campaign. [17:52] How to maintain positive results for clients by changing strategies.Support the show (https://jeffmendelson.com/onebigtip)

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
8-9am- DJ Khaled Happy Meals & Garlic Might Make a Come Back

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 36:44


Chris Martin and Dakota Johnson help Barbra Streisand celebrate her 80th Birthday, DJ Khaled goes on a mission to find McDonald's Happy Meal for his son, Olivia Rodrigo performs on ‘Complicated' with Avril Lavigne at Toronto concert, Paul McCartney ‘duets' with John Lennon on opening night of ‘Got Back' tour, Gilroy Garlic Festival could be saved by hosts of Asparagus Festival, Vinnie will never go to space, a lady on Reddit told a story about how her dog was sick, and a lady wonders if she should have her mother in law in the room when she gives birth! 

Halford & Brough in the Morning
Hour 3 - Canucks and Boudreau's relationship status: It's complicated

Halford & Brough in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 46:41


Mike and Jason welcome in Sportsnet Canucks Insider Dan Murphy to talk about what we saw in the year-end media availability from Canucks players. Murph comments on the future of Boudreau in Vancouver. While Bruce wasn't this management's "guy" he has forced their hand to try and bring him back. Also, WWL. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

The Feldman Report
The Feldman Report - Good intentions with a complicated and often bad result.

The Feldman Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 0:59


WWJ's Murray Feldman - Good intentions with a complicated and often bad result.

Pop Fiction Women
Sascha Rothchild & 'Blood Sugar': Complicated Conversations Series

Pop Fiction Women

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 45:21


On this episode of Complicated Conversations, we chat with Sascha Rothchild about her debut novel, BLOOD SUGAR. Sascha is an Emmy-nominated screenwriter, who has written on and produced lauded shows such as The Carrie Diaries, GLOW, The Bold Type, and The Babysitters Club. ** Sascha starts by sharing the real life inspiration for this book that involves a dream about her husband dying and her being accused of murder! (01:16) ** Ruby Simon, the protagonist in Blood Sugar, is many things, a murderer being just one of them. Sascha talks about her development of Ruby and why she wanted to create a character that would cause debate. Mission accomplished.  (03:15) ** Blood Sugar is a conversation starter. Sascha explains why this is so important to her personally and how creating complicated characters has been a central part of her career. (05:15) ** We loved hearing Sascha's perspective on how the portrayal of the “unlikeable” female protagonist has become more acceptable and the changes she has seen for female television writers over the years. (07:08) ** Sascha explains the three elements she gives characters to add dimension and complexity. (10:05) ** Sascha discusses how her memoir about divorce, the book that first made Carinn a fan, broke her career wide open. (12:38) ** Sascha shares what lessons she learned as an Emmy-nominated TV writer that she infused into her binge-able debut novel. (16:50) ** We congratulate Sascha on her new role as showrunner on “To All The Boys I Loved Before” spinoff on Netflix, “Xo, Kitty”. We loved hearing about collaborating with Jenny Han herself. (19:33) ** Sascha's writing career is varied, but she explains how this has all been part of her plan. (21:22) ** Kate declares that she and Sascha are kindred spirits, discussing their mutual love of Anne of Green Gables. (24:57) ** We discuss astrology and how Sascha feels “very Scorpio.” (27:50) ** Carinn and Sascha then bond over their love of yoga and the ways it has changed their lives. (29:22) ** We fangirl with Sascha about Glow and how that show is everything we love and want to see on TV! (35:36)  ** Sascha shares what she is loving right now in terms of books, TV and movies. (39:46)

Letters to Women - Exploring the Feminine Genius
A Letter to the Woman Wondering Why Friendship With Women Is So Complicated // Chloe Langr

Letters to Women - Exploring the Feminine Genius

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 23:39


Do you remember how simple it was to make and keep girlfriends when you were really young? All you had to do was wear the same pair of tennis shoes as a classmate or gal on the playground and man, you were set. Best friends forever. But the further we grow away from kindergarten classrooms and recess camaraderie, the more complicated friendship with other women seems to become. Let's face it - friendship is hard! How can we really achieve authentic friendship in our lives as Catholic women - and is it even worth the effort? I'm switching things up a little bit today - if this is the first time you've tuned into a Letters to Women episode, welcome! Normally, I sit down with a Catholic woman and we chat about her story, something she's passionate about, and how she's living out the feminine genius in her daily life. But this week, for only the third time in the entire five year history of this podcast, I'm going solo to visit with you about my brand new book, ‘Sisterhood: Giving and Receiving the Gift of Friendship” - which launches into the world TODAY, May 2nd. Resources you should check out after listening to this episode: Get access to the introduction and first chapter of “Sisterhood” here! Order my newest book, Sisterhood: Giving and Receiving the Gift of Friendship

That Love Podcast
This is Complicated - Episode One

That Love Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 16:13


That Love Podcast presents This is Complicated, Episode One, an audio rom-com where: After talking for months online, two strangers with difficult pasts agree to meet up for a date, however, all is not what it seems. Starring two megastars that are Ella Rhee and EurasianRobWritten by Joao NsitaFollow @thatlovepodcast on Instagram and @thatlovepod on Twitter.Also please, leave us reviews or rate us on your podcast platform, and don't forget to share the podcast with your family and friends. Thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TIME's Top Stories
Don Winslow: The Complicated Ethics of Writing Violence in Fiction

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 9:41


There are some hard ethical questions in the writing of crime fiction. For me, the most difficult one is how to portray violence. For one thing, should you depict it all? And if so, how do you do it with some sense of morality? I wrestle with this issue all the time. It's a fine line to walk. On the one hand I don't want to sanitize violence—I don't like presenting murder as a parlor game, or worse, a video game in which there are no real consequences.

AiArthritis Voices 360 Podcast
Episode 73: ”Arthritis” Awareness - It's Complicated!

AiArthritis Voices 360 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 65:19


In this revisit to the table (Step 5 in our problem-solving process), Tiffany, Katie, Effie, Eileen, and Kerry discuss the many layers around the word “arthritis” including: 1) Misunderstandings around the word that can lead to delays in diagnosis, family and friend judgements, and the different type associated with “AUTO” diseases; and 2) Complexities that exist when trying to identify the AiArthritis from other potential comorbidities (Osteoarthritis, bursitis, enthesitis) and how clarity about this could help with detection, access to the right treatments, and overall better health outcomes.    This conversation takes many turns, all which address issues identified from lived patient experience. Why is differentiating arthritis types important? How many of us referenced family history to expedite diagnosis? How does public, family, and even doctor misunderstanding of our diseases play into diagnosis and exploring potential comorbidities? How accurate is the literature in regards to arthritis prevalence in comparison to what patients report to be true? They even started brainstorming the development of a new tool that could help the public, patients, and health providers better understand the layers of our diseases as well improve communication and overall disease journeys.    Now it's YOUR turn to weigh in!  There's a lot to talk about, join us ‘at the table' so, together, we can change the stories of tomorrow! Submit your comments here, at podcast@aiarthritis.org, on our social platforms at Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn @IFAiArthritis.    Show Notes: 00:53 Tiffany (CEO, non-radiographic axial spondylitis) introduces the show and co-hosts, Katie (Programs & Communications Manager, rheumatoid arthritis), Eileen (“Chronic Eileen” rheumatoid arthritis), Effie (“Rising Above RA”, rheumatoid arthritis), and Kerry (“Float Like a Buttahfly”, sarcoidosis).  3:13 Tiffany officially welcomes Elieen and Kerry as the newest recurring Co-Hosts! 3:37 Explains a new addition to the show - the “360its!”, where any topic or comment from the episode is eligible to spin off into different conversations in any communication format (facebook live, twitter,  4:37 Topic is around the word arthritis, as a Step 5 (revisit to the table) issue, because in the US it's Arthritis Awareness Month and May 20th is World AUTOimmune & AUTOinflammatory Arthritis Day 6:35 Co-hosts start the conversation by answering the question, “Why do YOU think the type of arthritis associated with our diseases - and differentiating it from other types - is so important?” All co-hosts share their stories and perspectives. 11:17  In the stories shared, the co-hosts outline a journey from “What's wrong with me?” to “Misunderstandings” to “public education” and “doctor education” and “overlap of types of arthritis (also Osteoarthritis) or other comorbidities.” If we (patients, public, families, doctors) better understood arthritis and the types we could improve detection, referrals, diagnosis and, in turn, improve quality of life, increase rates of remission, and lessen unnecessary disability. This can lead to better overall healthcare and improved costs for healthcare systems.  12:52 Tiffany opens the conversation to discuss anyone's experience with relatives having our diseases. Did anyone say, “Did you have a history of autoimmune/autoinflammatory disease in your family and, if so, did anyone say to you when figuring out what was going on with you, ‘Hey, this person has XYZ, maybe you have something in that family?” They continue discussing this and determine in their cases the connection between family history and detection/diagnosis was not common. This is an opportunity to discuss further because family history and communication about it could expedite diagnosis. 17:18 Kerry puts this perspective on the table - Not all families talk about things like illness, so in those cases knowing family history is hard. But given we know AiArthritis diseases are part genetic, this could be a key factor that could either lead to quicker diagnosis, or prolong diagnosis.  18:16 Kerry - Talking about the statement “It's all in your head” - “Once I had something visible - rash on my legs, swelling - I could say ‘I'm not making this up!” Bloodwork was fairly normal except a positive test for autoimmune thyroid, which led to a sign of diagnosis. But it took the visible plus some type of autoimmune direction in bloodwork to get there. Most agree, they only realized other family members had something similar after diagnosis. Could this be in part also because it's not understood by families that ANY of out 100+ “AUTO” diseases counts as family history? Tiffany explains the importance also of knowing family history, as newer research is moving towards prevention - or at least catching the disease very early - based on certain biomarkers + known environmental triggers + family history.  21: 12 Conversation continues about family history when it comes to the doctor visit (not asked). Often this leads back to the patient trying to push testing and googling what they have.  22:37 Group starts discussing delay in diagnosis journeys, including overlap of symptoms and the arthritic component, and how important the right diagnosis matters. A lot of delay in diagnosis for Kerry came from the doctors not understanding so self advocacy became necessary to help them figure it out. When you have a rare disease, less knowledge is often present and, therefore, more self advocacy necessary. 28:48 Effie revisits the topic of family history and how culture and heritage can impact conversation (“We don't talk about family illness.”). Or, in her case, as immigrants, a lot wasn't documented. This has, in part, encouraged her to start sharing her story to help others have those ah-ha moments. 31:11 There are different kinds of arthritis and some of us have more than one, which can lead to confusion in diagnosis (“You're too young to have arthritis”, “You're too old to have RA”) and family misunderstandings (“oh I have that too, it's not that bad”). They discuss why it's important for patients to know which type they have - or if they have more than one type. Also, how do we differentiate the systemic systems (part of our disease or comorbidity?) How does it overlap or is it separate? Is there a way to treat one differently than another and, if so, what should I know?  How do I identify where my pain is coming from and what am I doing to trigger this pain - did my meds stop working or is this something new? Also, since our diseases are systemic and affect organs, too - that plays into this as well. 39:05 This is a Step 5 episode, which means we have discussed these topics enough over the last year, including in this episode, to be at a point where we can head into Step 6 - which is creating a solution. In this case, a resource to help with identifying AUTO + Arthritis (and potential comorbidities) so we can improve detection, diagnosis, and disease management.  Things to consider in developing this tool: Name your pain. What kind of pain do I have? (joint, enthesitis, non-joint, fibro pain, bursitis pain?) Where is it located? (Symptom chart) What disease do I have? How can this resource be used to share with doctor? Make it patient-led, then doctors review. Potential comorbidities Include building vocabulary and considerate of families/juveniles 42:50 Group discusses why this tool is also important - often doctors will not connect the dots on their own. Kerry gives an example of a doctor considering pituitary gland involvement because, “That could cover many varied issues.” It's THAT line of thinking, “What could cover many varied issues?” that doctors need to consider. 44:04 “Those with sarcoidosis are thought to have lung involvement so if that's missing as a first symptom it may be missed.” The prevalence of arthritis, and what doctors believe is the correct percentage, may differ from patient-reported prevalence. They give examples of Sarcoidosis. It's thought that only 30% have arthritis, but Kerry hasn't met one person without it. Recently in Still's Disease (which includes systemic JIA), research has shown about 25% of patients do not have arthritis - especially as a first symptom. Yet the diagnosis triangle for Still's taught to doctors is look for arthritis, rash, high fevers. Is arthritis part of the disease or a comorbidity? 49:45 Katie mentions pain evolves in perception and simply getting used to it over time (pain is normal). How does this play into pain reporting? How does measuring pain and personal tolerance and mindset play into this? 55:25 What if the arthritis isn't so bad and it's the AUTO features that dominate. How can we communicate this? The group also discusses the importance of not eliminating arthritis as a clinical component altogether if it is or was part of your disease. (It's important for our tool. Is it earlier in their disease, later, a later comorbidity/OA developing?) 59:05 Tiffany wraps up the show, starting by inviting the audience to weigh in on the tool we started to brainstorm about in this episode. You can submit your ideas at podcast@aiarthritis.org, via messenger on social media @IFAiArthritis, social media posts about it. 1:01 Kerry, “Float Like a Buttahfly” can be found on Twitter and Instagram @ButtahflyK and on Facebook Float Like a Buttahfly; Effie Instagram and Twitter @RisingAboveRA and on YouTube RA and Myself, blog: RisingAboveRA.com; Eileen, “Chronic Eileen” can google this name and also writes for CreakyJoints, Healthline, and Arthritis Research Canada.  1:02:40 You can find AiArthritis at @IFAiArthritis on social media or on the web at aiarthritis.org/talkshow. While there please Tip the Team by giving a donation so we can continue providing this amazing resource! ___________________________________________________________________ Patient Voices and All Other Stakeholders - Join our AiArthritis Voices Program and Connect to Opportunities to Have Your Voice Counted If you are a patient, a parent of a juvenile patient, or any other stakeholder (doctor, nurse, researcher, industry representative, or other health services person) - are you ready to join the conversation? It's your turn to pull up a seat. Join our new AiArthritis Voices program, where people living with AiArthritis diseases and other stakeholders who we need 'at the table' to solve problems that impact education, advocacy, and research sign up to have a voice in our initiatives. By signing up, you'll get notified of opportunities to be more involved with this show - including submitting post-episode comments and gaining insider information on future show topics. Patients and all other stakeholders are encouraged to join so we can match you with opportunities to pull up a seat and TOGETHER - as equals - solve the problems of today and tomorrow. JOIN TODAY! AiArthritis Voices 360 is produced by the International Foundation for Autoimmune and Autoinflammatory Arthritis. Visit us on the web at www.aiarthritis.org/talkshow. Find us on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or Facebook (@IFAiArthritis) or email us (podcast@aiarthritis.org).  Be sure to check out our top-rated show on Feedspot!   

When Love Shows Up: Weekly Reflections about God's Presence
Rector's Blog: Magnificent and Complicated - The Rev. Philip DeVaul

When Love Shows Up: Weekly Reflections about God's Presence

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 12:20


Weddings are endlessly fascinating. They carry with them immense baggage - not just the hope of perfection, but the expectation of it. Unmitigated joy is assumed as the default feeling at a wedding even though no such thing has ever happened. We have never in our adult lives felt uncomplicated happiness, and yet we saddle weddings with this burden.I had a mentor who would say that, as a pastor, funerals were easier than weddings. He said that at funerals people were allowed to feel anything, were allowed to have complicated, strange, hard, sad feelings, were allowed to laugh and cry and love and mourn and grieve and hope all at once. And I remember him saying at a funeral there is usually a coffin or an urn or a picture where we can focus all the complexity of our emotions in that moment.But, he said, at a wedding, everyone was supposed only to be happy. Never mind if they'd recently been divorced or widowed, if they'd loved and lost, or if they wanted to be married but weren't. Never mind if they couldn't find clothes that fit, or if they weren't sure what they thought about the institution of marriage or if they were uncomfortable in this church: Pure happiness is what they should feel

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz
[Top Agency & Chicago Business Series] Making Boring and Complicated Brands Come Alive With Allie LeFevere of Obedient Agency

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 46:06


Allie LeFevere is the Creative Director and Co-founder of Obedient, a humor branding agency. They turn businesses into unstoppable, unorthodox, unforgettable brands because they believe that standing out is not a matter of taste but of survival. Allie has spent the last decade working with brands to ensure their messaging isn't a snoozefest.  Before starting Obedient, Allie was the VP of Engagement at a Chicago-based startup. She then jumped ship in 2014 to run her first business developing creative programs for companies like Dell, AT&T, Trunk Club, and emerging small businesses and startups. In this episode… Ultimately, the goal of marketing is to get your target audience to fall in love with your brand and do business with you. That involves connecting with your audience on a deep emotional level — even if you're in a lackluster industry. Ironically, many brands see it as “out of brand” to infuse humor strategically to connect with their prospects.  Other brands desire this level of connection with their target demographics, but their brands lack personality. Luckily, Allie LeFevere has developed the brand personality method to turn boring and complicated brands into fun ones… because fun sells. How does this method work, and how are top brands using it?  Listen to this episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz featuring the Creative Director and Co-founder of Obedient Agency, Allie LeFevere. They discuss the brand personality method, how to make boring and complicated businesses come alive through humor, and more! 

The Osterholm Update: COVID-19
Episode 101: Class in Complicated Times

The Osterholm Update: COVID-19

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022


In this episode, Dr. Osterholm and Chris Dall discuss the state of the pandemic in China, South Africa, and the U.S.; the latest data on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine; and CIDRAP's Coronavirus Vaccines Research and Development Roadmap. Dr. Osterholm also answers a COVID query about fourth doses of mRNA vaccines and shares a beautiful place from one of our listeners. Email us your questions: OsterholmUpdate@umn.edu Coronavirus Vaccines Research and Development Roadmap press release: https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/cidrap-awarded-1-million-grants-create-coronavirus-vaccines-r-d-roadmap Amy's beautiful place: cidrap.umn.edu/amys-beautiful-place Browse the podcast and CIDRAP merchandise store: cidrap.umn.edu/shop

Blink-155
Avril Lavigne "Complicated" (ft. Ashley LaLonde)

Blink-155

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 137:45


We conclude Avril Lavigne with an episode about the song that started it all. And we're joined by Ashley LaLonde, who sang "Complicated" in the recent musical 'Punk Rock Girl!' Ashley shows up around 1:56:18. Follow Ashley on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashleylalaa/  

Pop Fiction Women
Theresa Kang & 'Pachinko': Complicated Conversations Series

Pop Fiction Women

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 42:30


On this episode of Complicated Conversations, we are chatting with Theresa Kang, the founder and CEO of Blue Marble Pictures and Blue Marble Management and executive producer of Apple TV+ hit series Pachinko.   ** Theresa shares what gave her the bold belief that she could sell this adaptation of Min Jin Lee's novel, a global series told in three languages with an all Asian cast. (01:59)  ** We loved hearing the meaning behind the name of Theresa's company – Blue Marble – and how the pandemic helped her follow her calling. (05:20)  **  There is a true universality to this story, but it was also very personal and specific for Theresa. (07:25) ** Theresa explains how the goal for Pachinko was for it to be a 21st century Thornbirds or akin to the Godfather, a show that families can co-watch together. (12:17)  ** We discuss how Soo Hugh, the showrunner, came up with the brilliant idea to depart from the linear narrative structure of the book to tell this story on screen as a dialogue between the past and the present. (16:04)   ** As executive producer, Theresa faced many production challenges in ultimately presenting a unifying vision for this story. She shares how she managed all her roles to create a beautiful, stunning show with a legendary and fresh cast that blew us away! (17:48)  ** We love a second act and Theresa's story of pivoting from being a partner at WME to creating her own company was inspiring and aspirational. (21:41)  ** Theresa shares what she is looking for in a project and we love these adjectives she used: disruptive, fresh, and original. She explained how she looks to make something that feels foreign more familiar, viewing films and TV shows as empathy agents. (26:14)   ** We were so pleasantly surprised to hear that Theresa and her friends speak the same love language as us: astrology! (28:34)  ** We get Theresa to spill the tea of whether there will be more Pachinko and what else she is working on next. (30:46)  ** What do this podcast, Theresa, and Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl have in common? Listen to find out! (34:30)  ** Does Theresa have a theme song? Listen to hear what she's playing these days. (39:00)  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @popfictionwomen and on Twitter @pop_women. To do a full deep dive, check out our website at www.popfictionwomen.com. Stay Complicated!

It's Complicated
Finding love AND family in a digital world, with HeyBaby's Emily Burg & Chas McFeely

It's Complicated

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 54:44


We've both had our fair share of time with other people's kids lately and often take a look at ourselves to evaluate where we're currently at. While everyone's path is different, it often makes you wonder if you missed the boat altogether, or if another one will sail by when the tide is right. Having patience during those times can be challenging.   Emily Lauren Burg, heybaby app CEO, and two-time founder and C-level operations strategist with Wall Street roots, and co-founder Chas McFeely, an award-winning marketing/advertising experience for brands big and small, join us to help people who have - or want kids, like us - find lasting relationships. Join HeyBaby: https://www.heybaby.com/ @heybabydating   This episode is sponsored by Noom. Start building better habits for healthier, long-term results. Sign up for your trial at Noom.com/Bleav.   Keep it Complicated with Jen, NotJen, and Rob: Host Socials - @jenifergolden, @laurenleonelli, @foreversevors, @complicatedshow Shop our store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/complicatedshow Support - https://www.patreon.com/itscomplicated

The Dave Ramsey Show
It Shouldn't Be This Complicated To Gift Money (Hour 2)

The Dave Ramsey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 40:48


Dave Ramsey & Dr. John Delony discuss: When it makes sense to get a financial advisor, Teaching FPU while you're still in baby step 2, When you need long-term care insurance, Should you buy the house next door? How to best use money to care for kids. Support Our Sponsor: Zander Insurance: https://bit.ly/2Xbn7hD Want a plan for your money? Find out where to start: https://bit.ly/3nInETX Listen to all The Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3GxiXm6

Oddvice
32 - Highdeas: Explaining complicated theories like we're 5

Oddvice

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 65:49


In honor of 4/20 this wednesday, we decided to dabble in the devils lettuce. We found a subreddit where people explain things on a 5 year old level and we were mindblown. We read about why we actually clear our throat, how touch screens works, the history of why we even have capital letters in our language, and so much more! Come check out the visual version of this on YouTube.com/OddvicePodcast. Check out our Patreon at www.patreon.com/oddvicepodcast for additional episodes, exclusive content, and more! Hosted by Kristen McAtee (@kristenmcatee) & Alex Koot (@alexkoot.jpg). Follow Oddvice on Instagram & Twitter (@oddvicepodcast).