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In This Episode: We talk about the setups and social programming we have around marriage that make it difficult for things to last forever. Our partner shouldn't be our better half, we should both be whole. Karine encourages people to not expect their partner to fulfill them, this informs a lot of the other things that can go wrong in your relationships. We talk about how we are taught that jealousy equals love, but that belief can be toxic. Karine shares about growing up in a fundamentalist Christian background and how it impacted her view of sexuality and relationships. We talk about sex positivity and how Karine found the conversations on Playboy radio as an introduction to a new way of thinking. We talk about the objectification of women on the Playboy channel versus the sex-positivity message. We talk about how Karine creates experiences for couples like her VIP couples fantasy weekend. Karine defines ethical non-monogamy for us and explains that it is on a spectrum with swingers on one side and polyamory people on the other. She has a 1:1 Coaching Program which uses her Breaking F-R-E-E Method where she helps you break free from the boxes that keep us stuck. She helps you to:Fantasize about who you want to be,Release the blocks that are holding you back,Embrace who you are with tender love and care, andEmpower you to live authentically! Links To Things We Talk About: Karine's Coaching Website Karine's Instagram Account Quotes from Today's Episode:"A lot of people think that I maybe I'm against monogamy. I'm absolutely not against monogamy. I was monogamous for a long time, and I think it's wonderful. As long as you're choosing that, right?" - Karine Bedard"I'm a Bible school graduate turned Playboy enthusiast." - Karine Bedard"I say to a lot of the couples that come to me, I'm your key to freedom. And freedom is not about being non-monogamous freedom is about being open-minded and sex-positive." - Karine BedardEpisode Sponsor: This episode of Girls Who Do Stuff is brought to you by Wellforce.ai, Make Hybrid Work with Wellforce. Empower your Hybrid Workforce, Contact Wellforce today.Help Your Friends come as they are with the courage to speak up and tell a better story.If you like The Girls Who Do Stuff, visit our website to subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like The Girls Who Do Stuff we'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two).
Katie Barnett is a business woman and proud mother of three. She got her BS in Health Science, secondary teaching credential to teach a number of subjects at the high school level, then a Masters in Education. In 2014 she created Chico Chalk & Calligraphy, a local art business creating personalized signs for weddings, showers, businesses andhomes. She later jumped into her first network marketing gig a few years later. Kaite grew a large team and rose to senior leadership in record timing for this company. She became well known for succeeding in running this business online and helping others do the same. She now trains on leadership, online business, social media, mental health, self care, and being a good human.Her company, Level After Next Org. seeks to empower women to see their story as power and shift from a limited mindset to one of abundance. With a goal of transforming lives they provide the tools for anyone to walk confidently into their purpose and future, knowing that they can take their life beyond the Next Level, to one of great impact and financial security.Follow Katie on Instagram: @ktannebarnettOut now on all podcast platforms! #podcast #beyondthebuckets #show #basketball #coach #life #lifestyle #coaching #entrepreneur #business #ceo #lifecoach #mentalperformance #YouTube http://ow.ly/3kdI30qOSc6 #Applehttp://ow.ly/cAeV30qOSc8 #Spotify http://ow.ly/7EIe30qOSc9
My guest this week is Allison Trowbridge, founder and CEO of Copper, a disruptive social platform that connects book enthusiasts and readers directly with authors. Copper offers a unique, subscription-based model for authors and a community for like-minded individuals. Copper offers everything from a customized bookshelf, discussion guides, audio hosting, and so much more. It takes the reading experience to a whole new level. Allison is also an accomplished author in her own right. She published her book, “Twenty-Two: Letters to a Young Woman Searching for Meaning,” back in 2017 with Harper Collins while completing her MBA at Oxford's Business School. 5:27 – Allison 101 She had a very wild, winding journey before creating Copper. She comes from the non-profit world and anti-trafficking and ethical companies. What she's building now is the company that she wished had existed when she was launching her own book. 7:07 – Ethical brands Allison started as a volunteer for an anti-trafficking organization, Not For Sale, while she was in college and was then hired to work there. 14:18 – How she published her first book She published “Twenty-Two” through Harper Collins. She wrote the book after feeling like there was no guidance or leadership for that season of her life. How do you handle careers and friendships and relationships? She wanted a mentor for those life experiences. When she feels like she really need something and it doesn't exist, she asks herself: “How do I help create it for those who are coming up behind me?” 21:27 – What is Copper? When she published her book, she realized she loved the publishing industry but realized there wasn't a lot of technology or innovation going on in the industry. She wanted a way to build a base of readers without doing a dance on Instagram to get followers. 28:11 – Her dreams for Copper Within five years, she wants to build the LinkedIn of the book world. A major goal is to help underserved and underrepresented voices get discovered and amplified and find their audience. She also wants to help audiences find each other. 32:00 – Get to know you Favorite genre? Business books and cozy mysteries Does she ever not finish books? All the time. FEATURED QUOTES I became really passionate about publishing and books as really a driver for social change and greater impact. Books can transform lives, quite literally. What I'm building now is the company that I wished had existed when I was launching my own book. When I feel like I really, really need something and it doesn't exist, I'm like, how do I help create it for those who are coming up behind me? CONNECT: https://copperbooks.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Twenty-Two-Letters-Young-Searching-Meaning/dp/0718078160 ABOUT ALLISON TROWBRIDGE: Allison Trowbridge is the founder and CEO of Copper, a disruptive social platform that connects book enthusiasts and readers directly with authors. As the publishing landscape continues to lean into book clubs and social media as the cornerstone of a book launch marketing campaign, Copper streamlines the process, offering a unique subscription-based model for authors, and a community of like-minded individuals who want to engage with the authors they love and other voracious readers. Offering features like a customized bookshelf, discussion guides, audio hosting, and more, Copper takes the reading experience to a new level. Allison is also the host of impact podcast, "Real Good Company" with Caitlin Crosby, founder & CEO of The Giving Keys where the two discuss and interview luminaries doing great things. An accomplished author in her own right, Allison published her book, “Twenty-Two: Letters to a Young Woman Searching for Meaning” in 2017 with HarperCollins while completing her MBA at Oxford's Said Business School. Prior to her work in the publishing industry, Allison worked within the global anti-slavery movement, leading marketing, fundraising, and international campaigns.
Today we're talking to Alli Schaper, aka the Mushroom Queen. She is the Co-Founder + CEO of The Multiverse. The Multiverse is an ecosystem for all things fungi with the mission to make functional mushrooms sexy and create education and collaboration amongst the psychedelics industry. She is no doubt the expert on shrooms and has truly opened our minds about the many incredible benefits of functional, psychedelic and culinary mushrooms (which FYI: humans have been using for thousands of years.) “There's a different benefit for each mushroom individually, but overall they are incredible for immune health, skin health, gut health, and cognitive function.” - Alli Schaper Although there's been a lot of stigma around the use of functional and psychedelic mushrooms, we're now able to look at the science to direct us into understanding how they can really help us. From mental health and microdosing studies to swapping coffee for mushrooms to aid in our physical health, we got a full rundown of why mushrooms are the next big trend in wellness. “Everything you kind of need health wise - there's a mushroom for that.” - Alli Schaper Alli's team has launched the world's first functional mushroom marketplace at yourmultiverse.com, and is set to launch SuperMush, their in-house CPG brand, Fall 2021. Alli is most often caught talking about how mushrooms can save the world, and is passionate about serving as an ally in bringing the future of psychedelics to the mainstream wellness conversation. Connect with her @allischaper. “When you feel good, you want to do good. And when you feel more connected to the planet and those you share it with, you want to make an impact in the world. And that's really what mushrooms can teach us.” - Alli Schaper What We Talk About: The difference between and benefits of functional, psychedelic and culinary mushrooms A brief overview of how mushrooms have been used on earth throughout history Western culture's view of mushrooms and how they've become a trend in the wellness industry Mushrooms and mental health studies Types of mushrooms and their proven benefits Mushrooms in relation to the CBD/marijuana industry Meet Mycelium: the powerhouse underground root system that connects everything on earth What you need to know about microdosing How mushrooms affect us internally Benefits of mushroom coffee What to look for in a mushroom supplement How to incorporate functional mushrooms in our daily lives New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Resources: Watch “Fantastic Fungi” on Netflix Third Wave website and podcast Double Blind magazine The Multiverse: Thrive Market for Mushrooms Alli Schaper on Instagram Michael Pollan's book: “How to Change Your Mind” Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Follow the Hosts/Founders: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter!
Have clients who like to travel? Help them navigate to Medicare coverage that works for them. The ASG team has solutions for travelers of all kinds. Read the text version. Register for your FREE RitterIM.com account Mentioned in this episode: Contact the Team at Ritter Insurance Marketing Growing Old in America: Expectations vs. Reality Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Cost Plans: What's the Difference? Med Supp Changes on the Horizon Infographic Why are Part D Prescription Drug Plans So Different? More episodes you'll like: 2022 Medicare Part A & B Premiums and Deductibles 3 Tips to Help Your Clients Avoid Health Insurance Scams 4 Tips for Making a Better Insurance Sales Pitch Tips on Dealing with a Difficult Client Top 10 Holiday Toys 2021 Articles to Share with Your Clients: 3 Ways to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers Can I Prevent Aneurysms or Ruptures? What is the Medicare Part B Premium Giveback? Ritter Insurance Marketing eBooks & Guides: The Complete Guide on How to Sell Medicare Advantage Plans The Complete Guide on How to Sell Medicare Supplements The Complete Guide on How to Sell Prescription Drug Plans The latest from Ritter's Blog: Be Prepared to Discuss Medicare Telehealth Coverage This AEP Halfway through AEP: Reflect & Review Your Medicare Sales Strategies Offer Clients Cancer Insurance Featuring Coverage For Genomic Sequencing 4 Ways Medicareful Living Can Help Your Sales Strategy Subscribe & Follow: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Overcast Podbean Spotify Stitcher Connect on social: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Instagram Sarah's LinkedIn Sarah's Instagram
Happy Belated Thanksgiving, Pen Pals! We hope you have room for an extra helping of the Pentertainment Podcast. I give a mini-review on a not-so-quiet aquarium part. If you're looking to get a gift for a fountain pen enthusiast like Tom and me, we give you some suggestions. Plus, we explore what Squid Game and Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory have in common. If you'd like to shop for a new pen or try to get Tom fired, head over to our retail sponsor, Goldspot Pens at goldspot.com Use promo code ROY to get an additional 10% off throughout the Goldspot Pens store. *Excludes Sailor, Retro 51, Montblanc, Visconti, Esterbrook, Edison Pen Co., and TWSBI products.* The new BENU LE Talisman Mistletoe is launching December 1st so be sure to visit your favorite retailer to buy this gorgeous pen today! And yes, it does glow! limited to 300 pieces worldwide. It's that time of year to be thankful and shit. Tom would be exceptionally grateful to anyone that can clear out the inventory of PenBoyRoy t-shirts from his home office. He needs the room so I can send him a 29-gallon aquarium. Show your fandom for PenBoyRoy and save Tom's marriage when you buy a t-shirt from InkJournal.com https://www.inkjournal.com/collections/stickers/products/penboyroy-official-t-shirt-black
On this episode of Chill Filtered, Cole and Robby drink a pour steeped in controversy: Smoke Wagon 12yr (The Bourbon Enthusiast barrel pick) “Bourbon Karma”. They talk Thanksgiving, Christmas, moving into Cole's house, amazing listeners and rude people stealing barrels (in a very not cool way). On Whiskey World News, Robby reads an article about Glenlivet's marketing team buying your Christmas gifts this year. And on “What Whiskey Would You Choose?”, Cole asks: What whiskey would you gift a just-getting-into-whiskey novice this holiday season? Join the boys for some good history and a interesting pour on this fun episode.
Aujourd'hui, je vous partage la 2e partie de ma conversation avec Sarah Daninthe, championne du monde d'escrime. Si vous n'avait pas écouté la première partie, je vous invite à le faire pour mieux comprendre l'épisode qui suit. Dans cet épisode, Sarah nous raconte comment elle a su se réinventé après sa carrière sportive. Avec Sarah on a parlé de l'importance du personal branding pour créer sa légitimité dans un domaine, de sa traversée du désert pour faire face au décés de son père, du manque de représentation des minorités dans les médias, de ses futurs projets en Guadeloupe et de pleins d'autres sujets. Sarah est une boule d'énergie, j'ai passé un excellent moment avec elle mais je ne vous en dis… Références: - Instagram de Sarah - Linkedin de Sarah - Livres : Option B - Sheryl Sandberg Let's keep in touch! Inscrivez-vous aux Découvertes de Gatemeri, la newsletter qui axée sur l'ouverture et la curiosité pour vous nourrir en plus du podcast Si le podcast vous plait le meilleur moyen de me soutenir c'est de me laisser un avis 5 étoiles sur Apple Podcast pour aider les autres à découvrir le podcast, ça me donnera un coup de boost donc n'hésitez pas :) Pour me poser des questions ou suivre les actualités de Gatemeri c'est par ici
In the latest weekly news and podcast after-show (sponsored by http://yougov.com/gaming-esports (YouGov)), we discuss World of Warcraft potentially coming to consoles, Razer possibly going private valuing the business at $4.5 billion, Arcane being renewed for a second season, Epic Games acquiring Harmonix, Enthusiast Gaming buying U.GG, Hendrick's Gin launching a gaming chair, Sega unveiling a line of colognes, Cloud9 partnering with The Smurfs, Battlefield 2042 becoming one of Steam's worst-rated games, Moncler collaborating with Fortnite, and so much more.
Black Friday weekend is here! That means people are rushing to the stores to find the perfect gifts for their family and friends. NDOW wanted to help you out with some gift ideas! In this week's Nevada Wild, Ashley Sanchez and Bobby Jones are joined by NDOW's Amanda Perez and Eric Cachinero to share gift ideas for hunters, anglers, and anyone who enjoys spending time outdoors.
We are joined by Robert in Toronto. He is currently a partner in one of the country's oldest and largest law firms. He has Jesus covid hair. And, he's an Inspire alumn to boot. We immediately dive into the existential, where Rob also feels at home. He shares with us some of his personal experience in childhood where he spent much time in and out of hospitals, leading up to a long, excruciatingly painful battle with cancer in highschool. We have a conversation about Robert's journey with his unique perspective on hope – and the recognition that bad things happen to good people. Healthy and profound perspective is what Rob helps us explore ... staring at a hospital ceiling ... humanity's “de-prioritization” of intuition … inability of modern humans to access beyond the veil … and a certain primal truth through speed. A joy. To DONATE to the Behind Greatness podcast, please visit here: www.inspirenorth.com/podcast. Tax receipt issued to donors. Behind Greatness IG: @behindgreatnesspodcast & @inspire_north Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-antenore/
Rob Turk, aka the Modern Day Tape Enthusiast provides us with a brief history of the use of tape, who the players are that's still in the game of the tape industry, and some advice on utilizing tape to combat ransomware.
Anisah is the founder of the new blog: Outside Our Way which features interviews from other disabled and chronically ill folks, sharing their stories of their outdoor experiences. Anisah in her own words: My name is Ani. I have multiple chronic illnesses and I am disabled. That probably brings an image to your mind of what it means to be ‘disabled', But when you look up the definition of ‘disability' you'll find various ways you can categorise it - as well as plenty of opinions about what it means to be disabled. The UK Equality Act 2010 classifies disability as: “a physical or mental impairment and the impairment has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his or her ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.” The truth is there are so many variations and types of impairments that fit this definition. There are visible physical disabilities, there are hidden physical disabilities, there are learning disabilities, and there are mental health disabilities. The variations and combinations are endless and as a result each person's disability or impairment is unique. How that affects their daily life is completely individual to them. I have what is called hidden disabilities or invisible illnesses. I'm diagnosed with Lupus SLE and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (HSD). I have chronic pain, fatigue and memory loss along with other symptoms that affect me daily. People often think that I'm not disabled or chronically ill. There's a common stereotype that comes to a lot of people's minds when the words “sick” or “disabled” is used, and like so many I don't really fit that image. Most of the time when you look at me I don't look like I'm in pain or fatigued. I walk without aids. I take part in active outdoor activities. People don't realise that I don't look in pain or fatigued because I have a lifetime's worth of experience pretending I'm not. I time my painkillers to kick in before I see someone. I'll make sure the environment I'm in when I'm with people is one that won't drain too much energy or add to the pain. I'll plan my week prior and after to ensure I'm rested enough and won't crash. Finally, when I'm too exhausted to handle a simple conversation despite all my planning and methods… I will cancel and you will not see me in that state at all. The same amount of work goes into planning any outdoor activities. I have to use tactics and creative methods just to take part. I need extra preparations and plans to get by in a world that was created with non-disabled people in mind. This is the aspect of disability that people might miss. Which brings me to the question - how can we help change this? I can only be an expert on my own experience/disability/illness (and even then, that's iffy!). After brief conversations with others with chronic illnesses or disabilities, I have come across some amazing tips to help manage my own disabilities outdoors. I have found people who can relate to my feelings like no-one else can, and have helped me pass challenges I'd previously faced alone. I've realised that there's so much that I don't know about people who are chronically ill/disabled and so much more I should learn. I want to talk to people with different disabilities and conditions to mine. I want to see what challenges they face when they access the outdoors, what hurdles they have to navigate when going outdoors. I want to ask them what everyone should do to flatten those hurdles as much as we can. Outside: Our Way is a collection of interviews to show that we as a community are here. These interviews are a chance for disabled people to shape their own narratives and tell us about their way of going outside. It's aim is to shine a light on what it's really like to be an outdoor enthusiast and disabled/chronically ill. To those who are disabled or chronically ill - I hope you can find something to relate to. There's a beautiful community that have shared experiences and can truly understand what you might think or feel. To those who are non-disabled - I hope to show you what it takes to be disabled/chronically ill in the outdoors. And perhaps prompt you to consider how you can help us access the outdoors our way. Listen to Ani on the tough girl podcast - New episodes go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Ani Being an advocate for disability and chronic illness in the outdoor environment Getting into the outdoors and not liking it at first Getting back into the outdoors 2/3 years ago Deciding not to follow the advice Enjoying her time in the outdoors Her life as a child and experiencing symptoms from a young age Hating going to school Learning energy management Not knowing what something was wrong dealing with pain was normal Getting the diagnosis as 12 years old Making the decision to go outside and wanting to do something Spending too much time inside Why the outdoors is her happy place Feeling empowered and enabled Learning how to balance caution and happiness Planning every aspect of her life Connecting with other women who have a similar condition Spending time around water and feeling at peace Trying to get good with cold water Making adjustments to make wild camping accessible Figuring out how it can work for you What Outside Our Way is about The women who have inspired Ani Wanting to share her hiking journey on line Future dreams and ambitions Wanting to do a multi-day hike Hike your own hike Advice for your next adventure Social Media Instagram: @ani_went_outside Outside: Our Way - A blog sharing stories from from across the outdoor sector and disability and chronic illness landscape. Hosted by @alltheelements www.alltheelements.co/outside-our-way Instagram @outside_our_way
Back in 2018 at a Coffee Fest in Baltimore I had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Stephen Zinnerman, owner and founder of (along with his wife Natasha) The Coffee Enthusiast: A Brewing Company (TCE). Back when we first met on the show floor, he was just starting TCE and since then they have experienced A LOT of growth both in their family and in the business, especially on the roasting side. Through the challenges, late nights, iterations, and lots of giving and receiving from the specialty coffee community TCE has emerged as a known and established industry presence that promotes connection and great coffee experiences. On top of running TCE Stephen has recently joined the roasting team at Counter Culture Coffee and is also a board member of The Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity Stephen's background outside of coffee is higher education, where he has worked for over 10 years in different areas, from University Housing to Environmental Research & Education. He is a graduate student, studying Environmental Policy & Management with a concentration in Environmental Sustainability. Stephen is one of the most dedicated, hardworking, and (not surprisingly) enthusiastic people you can meet and it has been a pleasure to follow his progress over the years and now to get to have this conversation exploring his journey 3 years later. In this interview we discuss: Starting small and getting feedback Beginning to focus on roasting Learning to listen and serve Creating something to give his kids Continuing to learn and invest in yourself Taking action as an individual Showing appreciation Taking on a commercial coffee roasting position while running TCE The hard work of commercial roasting Advice on how to learn and grow Links: www.tcecoffee.com TCE on Instagram Related Episodes: 079 : Interviews from Coffee Fest Baltimore (First interview w/ Stephen) 149 : Celina Velez, Head Roaster of Merit Coffee in Austin, TX 180 : A Conversation with Rugid Grind Founders, Brian Washington and Averett Barksdale Blog: Who we are and What we do 233 : A Conversation w/ Anthony Ragler, Black and White 232 : Founder Friday w/ Blew Kind of Fanny Lou's Porch Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.prima-coffee.com/keys www.pacficfoodservice.com www.coffeefest.com
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On this edition of Brembo RED with Dan Sandberg, we head back to this summer's Concours d'Elegance in Plymouth, Michigan to talk to Collector of the Year, Judge Joseph Cassini III, who is passionate about pre-war autos, including his favorite Duesenberg. Recently retired Ford VP of design and the Concours' Enthusiast of the Year, Moray Callum discusses the successes of his career and the future of automotive design . Stellantis Dodge design chief and Concours Muscle Car Judge, Mark Trostle, explains electric car proportions and horsepower brand identity. Judge Joseph Cassini III joins Brembo RED to share his passion for car collecting. Cassini talks about how sexiness and styling drew him to pre-war cars and how “hormones and gasoline” fueled his early passion for the hobby. Moray Callum, former Ford VP of Design explains why sketching is still important for a designer and the challenges of designing above the electric “skateboard” platform. Callum talks “frunks” and about his love for the '76 Ford Bronco. Mark Trostle, Stellantis (Dodge) design head, discusses today's horsepower icons and how specific design cues, particularly the body's proportion, makes a great vehicle. The SRT creator also guarantees that new performance electric cars will be just as exciting as their gas counterparts and will maintain the company's brand identity.
Astrophysicist, author and science communicator Neil deGrass Tyson says space enthusiasts are delusional. Exploration is aspirational, and the reality of geopolitics, economy and culture are huge challenges keeping us planted firmly on the ground.
Massacussetts-based ceramic artist KERI STRAKA is fascinated with micro worlds: those inside the human body and those in nature, like the small dramas of a tide pool. Her love of quiet observation takes shape in the organic ceramic forms that hint of aquatic life, internal human structures and laboratory experiments. A professor of ceramics at Framingham State University, Keri finds ways to sneak into the biology classes and used a residency at the Boston Biomedical Research Institute to further explore the similarities between scientific research and her own creative work.Keri shares how she helps students work towards a holistic creative life, seeking to build a sustainable mix of endeavors to support the broader goals. Find Keri:Websites: www.keristraka.com www.bostonsculptors.com www.commongroundyoga.com Mentioned:Professor Pat McCormick, retired ceramics teacher (read) Crow Valley Pottery, Eastsound, WA (explore) Framingham State University (visit) “The Architecture of the Human Body,” Alexander Tsiaras (read) Jacqui Bonwell, yoga instructor (learn) Natasha Rizopoulos, yoga instructor (learn) “Five Minds for the Future (Leadership for the Common Good),” Howard Gardner (read) “Internal Blooming,” past exhibit at Boston Sculpture Gallery (read) “Squish Fold and Twist” exhibition, Mazmanian Gallery, Framingham State University, Nov. 15 -Dec. 10, 2021; Opening reception on Nov. 16th from 4:30-6:30pm. (learn) Photography by Tracy Rodriguez and Keri StrakaFind Me, Kristy Darnell Battani: Website: https://www.kristybattani.com Instagram: kristybattaniart Facebook: kristybattaniart Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please take a moment to leave a rating and a comment: https://lovethepodcast.com/artishplunge Music:"Surf Guitar Madness," Alexis Messier, Licensed by PremiumBeat.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/artishplunge)
This week's episode of Destination Linux, we are going to discuss what made us Linux Enthusiasts! Then we're going to discuss some good news with Firefox's latest release . . . it seems that the have been listening to DL. Plus we've also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and […]
In this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar chats to legendary star of film, stage and television, Mr. Lou Diamond Phillips, who as well as being one of the most in demand actors in the world, is also an obsessive fan of food and cooking. Simon “challenges” Lou to select five films that can earn a place in the coveted Eat My Globe culinary pantheon. It's a conversation that will definitely make you hungry. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us on: Website: www.EatMyGlobe.com/season-7/loudiamondphillips Twitter: @EatMyGlobePcast Instagram: @EatMyGlobe Facebook: @EatMyGlobeOfficial Twitter: @SimonMajumdar Instagram: @SimonMajumdar Facebook: @SimonMajumdarPage LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simon-majumdar-2760156 Produced & Distributed by: ProducergirlProductions
Frederic Fekkai, CEO and founder of FEKKAI and co-founder of Bastide, joins us today to discuss his experience of reinventing a brand. After selling FEKKAI to Procter & Gamble in 2008, Frederic realized how far the buy-out removed his products from their original mission. In 2016, he and his wife co-founded Bastide, a beauty and lifestyle brand celebrating artisans from the South of France. In 2018, he bought the FEKKAI brand back making it the global authority in salon performance with clean, highly effective formulas in sustainable packaging. Listen in as Frederic discusses how brands change between owners and how he brought his brand back to what he wanted it to represent.Subscribe to Ideamix Radio and stay tuned for new episodes every Thursday. On Ideamix Radio we speak with entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, career changers, experts, and enthusiasts for insider tips that help you build the life, business, and career you want. Ideamix is the go-to destination for entrepreneurs to turn their idea into a business. Check out our website at www.theideamix.com. For comments, questions, podcast guest ideas, or sponsorship inquiries, please email email@example.com.
Clare Rutter grew up in rural, coastal west Wales with childhood days often spent with her brother playing and exploring in nature, climbing trees, jumping hay bales, cycling the green and lush country lanes and time spent on the beaches exploring rockpools, playing in the sand and swimming in the sea. Everyday was a mini-adventure in Clare's eyes which was only added to by joining the Brownies, the Guides and later the Scouts when girls were (finally!) permitted to join across all age sections. At age 6 and continuing through her participation in these youth organisations, Clare began her journey in paddlesport thoroughly enjoying kayaking and canoeing. Now, after more than 25 years spent in the Scouts, Clare has many ‘on the water' hours paddling and has been on many Scouting adventures including working at a large, commercial Scout summer camp and activity centre, expeditioning in Africa, multi-day tall ship sailing, led the Welsh Contingent at a Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree and volunteered as a staff member at two World Scout Jamborees in both England and Japan. As studying for a degree, worklife and life in general took over; paddlesport unfortunately had to take a back seat. In 2016, Clare fulfilled one of her lifelong goals and moved abroad to Gran Canaria which in itself was an almighty adventure. Unfortunately, Clare experienced some kind of a medical episode whilst on her way home from work, passed out, hit the deck and entered a 30 minute unconscious seizure state. This episode resulted in a life changing traumatic brain injury. After several months with no signs of recovery from the resulting symptoms which included headaches/migraines, severe fatigue, insomnia, tics and balance and cognitive issues and declining mental health; Clare decided to give up her home in the sun and return to Wales for further neurological investigation and treatment and to have the support of her family and friends. Clare, at this point was mostly bed bound and used a stick to aid walking but returned to Scouting as illness allowed. Clare's Brain Injury Team Occupational Therapist encouraged her into some further volunteering which, returning to her childhood roots, she undertook at a local outdoor activities centre offering land and water adventures including canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. A change in medication tackled Clare's condition to the point where she could function better on a daily basis, could ditch the walking stick and experience better mental health. After a season at the centre, Clare was offered a full-time position which she gladly accepted and begun her journey towards training and qualifications to be a paddlesports Instructor on a permanent basis. A short time after the first Covid-19 lockdown, Clare was informed that she had been selected from multiple applications to be the first ever women's paddling ambassador for Wales, a #ShePaddles Ambassador; a role to tackle the low numbers of females getting into and staying in paddlesport. Despite the lockdowns, Clare threw herself into the voluntary role and together with Canoe Wales and British Canoeing had an incredibly successful first year providing an online Welsh women's friendly and welcoming paddling networking hub and providing paddlesport taster sessions to hundreds of females at #ShePaddles ‘On Tour' events across Wales. Whilst still battling illness, known as Post-Concussion Syndrome, with her symptoms mostly masked, Clare is now a full time, qualified Paddlesports Instructor & Leader and regularly supports clients with neurological conditions, mental health issues and a range of disabilities enabling participation, enjoyment and progression in paddlesports utilising the outdoors as therapy and rehabilitation as she did. She's also a guest speaker speaking at events sharing her motivational and inspirational brain injury story and is still heavily involved in #ShePaddles and #ShePaddlesCymru (in Wales). Clare is passionate about paddlesport and you'll usually find her on the water in her spare time, committed to relearning, redefining and challenging herself and her abilities to prove that given some adaptations and self-belief that almost anything can be achieved. Aside from paddlesport, Clare also enjoys writing, camping, geocaching, photography and videography and enjoys sharing her experiences, challenges and adventures across her social media channels. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Show notes Who is Clare Growing up in Wales by the coast Being a paddlesports instructor and a scout leader Getting into swimming at a young age Going into Brownies and then joining the scouts when girls were allowed in Collecting all the interest badges Wanting to join the police force and wanting to help people Getting into paddlesports Going to university as a mature student Getting her level 2 youth work qualification What it was like going back to university as a mature student Her twenties working as a chef and in security Her lifelong goal to live and work abroad in a hot sunny place Starting to learn Spanish Moving to Spain! The reality of living and working abroad Making friends Having a medical episode in 2017 Being taken to the hospital Finally getting to see a doctor and getting a CT scan done Being housebound for 6 weeks Not knowing what to do and thinking she was going to die Struggling on for 9 months Deciding to move back to Wales Getting the support she needed Using a walking stick to help her walk Trying new medication and starting to feel better within 48hrs Being encouraged to get into volunteering Being encouraged and supported Being offered a full time job Lessons from having a brain injury Being back in the outdoors and spending time in the sea and river Getting qualifications in paddlesports Learning how to manage her fatigue Wanting to encourage other women to get into paddlesports #ShePaddles why it was created and what it does Getting her life back together Trying to encourage more women and girls to get into paddlesports thinking creatively and being supported by Canoe Wales Creating a FB Group for women Getting into paddle boarding (SUP - Stand Up Paddle board) Needing something to look forward to Supporting women who don't have gear but still want to have ago Having a supportive boss - www.adventurebeyond.co.uk Practical tips and advice for women and girls to get into paddlesports The She Paddles Effect Final words of advice - why there is always an opportunity you can create or take advantage of Social Media Personal Website: www.clarerutter.com Instagram: @clare_rutter.ba.hons Facebook: @clarerutter.DBA Facebook groups: Women's Paddling Community and #ShePaddlesCymru Hashtags: #ShePaddles #ShePaddlesCymru Twitter: @clare_rutter Other Resources: www.britishcanoeing.org.uk www.canoewales.com
The Two Bobs episode 166 for Monday, November 1, 2021: What are The Bobs drinking? Rob enjoyed a KBS Cinnamon Vanilla Cocoa from Founders. https://foundersbrewing.com/our-beer/kbs-cinnamon-vanilla-cocoa/ Robert had a Salted Caramel Porter from Anderson Valley. https://avbc.com/beer/salted-caramel-porter/ Follow us on Untapped at @PhilRoberts33 and @robertk328 or we'll catfish you and start an OnlyFans page. Probably won't make any money though because—let's face it—nobody wants to see that. This week's CRAZY NEWS is all fake. Just kidding, it's all completely true. That's a lie. Judge for yourself. A museum starts an OnlyFans account after getting banned from TikTok for nudity. https://www.vice.com/en/article/93b995/museum-starts-onlyfans-account-after-its-tiktok-is-banned-for-posting-nudes Another fast-food rage incident occurred, this time involving a “chicken enthusiast” at a Florida KFC.http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/stupid/kfc-rage-arrest-629513 TTB listener Scott called in. We laughed. We cried. But mostly we just talked about sours. A Kentucky woman stabbed her cousin after getting into an argument over a sex toy. https://www.lex18.com/news/crime/corbin-woman-allegedly-stabs-cousin-after-getting-into-an-argument-over-a-sex-toy Strawberry Pop Tarts may not contain enough strawberry to call itself strawberry. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1282442 A hiker lost in the woods for 24 hours ignored calls from rescuers because he didn't recognize the phone number. https://whdh.com/news/hiker-lost-on-mountain-for-24-hours-ignored-calls-from-rescuers-because-he-didnt-recognize-phone-number/ Chinese authorities seized twelve tons of beaver penises being smuggled in from Canada. Great, now P.F. Chang's won't have any chicken. https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/chinese-authorities-seize-12-tons-of-beaver-penises-smuggled-from-canada/ Please share the show with your friends, and don't forget to subscribe! Visit www.thetwobobs.com for our contact information. Thanks for listening! Leave us a message or text us at 530-882-BOBS (530-882-2627) Join us on all the social things: Follow us on Twitter Like our Facebook Page Check out our Instagram Follow Rob on Untappd Follow Robert on Untappd The Two Bobs Podcast is © The Two Bobs. For more information, see our Who are The Two Bobs? page, or check our Contact page. Words, views, and opinions are our own and do not represent those of our friends, family, or our employers, unless otherwise noted. Music for The Two Bobs was provided by JewelBeat.
(00:00) Passionate soccer enthusiast Demitri calls in. (13:54) People call in with times they've sold speakers that have “falling off a truck”. “Who's the SPOOKIEST member of the Sports Hub?” is tomorrow. (27:07) THE STACK Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub
Welcome to the Action and Ambition Podcast. Cindy Dipietrantonio is the CEO & President at Boathouse Sports Board. The Boathouse Sports is an athletic apparel firm that makes outerwear for sports teams. Established in 1976, the company has given professional athletes high-quality performance items, helping them train and perform at their peak. Boathouse has expanded its product range in developing quality performance clothes over the last 25 years, focusing on custom outerwear and team uniforms. Boathouse strives to be 100% American-made, handcrafting all of their gear in Philadelphia. Their staff takes pride in the high quality and customization of their products and the rapidity with which they may be manufactured. Boathouse supports a family of associates to make exceptional products while also building a stronger community by employing a diverse workforce to produce your bespoke clothes. Want to learn more? Then tune in, and don't miss out.
HARK! What's this? Is it a bird, is it a plane? No! It's FINALLY an episode on enthusiasm from Ellie?! To celebrate the launch of her VORACIOUS magazine Kickstarter campaign, The Enthusiast herself thought she'd chat about how to stay enthusiastic about your business. When you do what you love, it can be easy to think your enthusiasm will always be there - and then if it wanes slightly (which is totally natural) it can be really scary. So how can you keep that fire burnin'? You can preorder VORACIOUS here!
In episode 26 of Software Security Gurus, Matias Madou chats to Sven Schran, Program Manager Security Engineering, at Robert Bosch. They discuss the rapidly growing embedded systems software industry, including the general security considerations during the development lifecycle. They also go in-depth on automotive security, where technological advancements and global demand shape an ever-evolving threat landscape. Finally, Sven gives us insight into ASRG, the community of automotive security enthusiasts that are making a splash all over the world. -- Want to nominate a guru? Get in touch! www.softwaresecuritygurus.com Visit ASRG --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/softwaresecuritygurus/message
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Anthony Sottile started college as a biochemistry major, but pivoted to programming two years in. After his first coding class, the school was so impressed they invited Anthony to teach the following semester. He loved helping others realize the potential of programming, which eventually led him to Twitch, where he codes, shares stories, and builds community in real time. Hear more about his journey, and why he thinks better communication is essential for open source. Anthony on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/codewithanthony Anthony on GitHub: https://github.com/asottile Be sure to check out The ReadME Project for more episodes, stories and features: https://github.com/readme
In this final episode from the #It'sAllABunchOfHocusPocus series, we hear the chilling tale of Lyda Southard, America's first well known female serial killer. Enthusiast and filmmaker Bronwyn Leslie walks us through Lyda's life, including her alleged murder methods, trials, time spent in prison, and her escape from the Idaho Old Penitentiary. The story made made big headlines in the 1920's but has been largely forgotten ever since. Make sure to follow Intentionally Disruptive:Instagram: www.instagram.com/intentionallydisruptiveTik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeEcVHxb/
On this week's episode of The RAG Podcast Live, I was delighted to be joined by https://www.linkedin.com/in/ACoAAALoD80BMRSR1vmJpkKVdGrtVqoxu0AvN78 (Gaelle Blake), the UKI Director for Permanent Appointments & UKI Director for Construction and Property Appointments at https://www.linkedin.com/company/hays/ (Hays) Hays is known globally for its huge workforce in every corner of the world, and being at the helm of such a company will come with pressure and sacrifice! Being a female in this situation obviously presents additional pressures relating to family and industry stereotypes. Gaelle and I were recently introduced and I was blown away with her attitude to life, work and our industry! A super inspiring female role model for our sector- this is for anyone seeking balance in their life! --- Thank you to our friends and sponsor today - http://odro.co.uk (Odro.co.uk) . These guys won an impressive three TALiNT tech star awards at their first in-person event since lockdown last month. Followed up just two weeks later with a much sought-after Recruiter award, best in innovation, and a special commendation for CEO Ryan McCabe for all his efforts over the last 18 months. It really is great to see such a brilliant company recognised, and so well deserved. So well done guys! Smashed it. And the good news is, they're hiring - which they've asked me to let you know. So, if you're listening and are looking for a move, I couldn't recommend them highly enough. There are vacancies across their Sales and Customer Success departments right now, and they really are a great bunch. If you're interested, get in touch with CRO Dougie on LinkedIn or email email@example.com for more info. Thanks also to our second sponsor http://vincere.io/ (Vincere.io) - A single tech platform to streamline the Front, Middle & Back office operations of Exec Search/Perm/Contract/Temp businesses. The technology that they have invested in is becoming a disruption in the space, more and more recruitment businesses are using this to give their recruiters a competitive advantage. For RAG listeners who you are thinking about changing CRM or you are a new business looking to launch with a new CRM then I would get in touch with these guys because if you mention that you are a rag listener you get an amazing deal- visit http://www.vincere.io/rag (www.vincere.io/rag).
Peter Kirby is a long-time entrepreneur and early pioneer in the blockchain space. He co-founded a Bitcoin hardware company in 2013 and a blockchain technology company in 2014. Peter also executed one of the earliest ICOs in 2015 as CEO of Factom, Inc. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Financial Times, and Forbes. He has been a featured speaker at The World Bank, Money 20/20, The US State Department, and The US Department of Homeland Security. Peter has a BS in Biochemistry from Lehigh University, an MBA from the Acton School of Business, AND is a certified laughter yoga instructor!
Zach Eastman is my good buddy. Chief among the reasons he's a good buddy of mine is that he's just about the only person I've ever known (besides my own father) who can talk about W.C. Fields for three hours with me. Which we did on his show! You can find that right here. Zach...
Is today's guest the epitome of a people analytics scholar practitioner? Well, let's do the math: relevant PhD? Check. Six years figuring out how to interest Silicon Valley engineers to come work for an industrial firm by drawing up a whole new company-wide Skills matrix that actually reflected what needed to be done? Check. And working in academic contexts persuading quants that while data and machine learning are great, it's those human skills that will actually help them most—as well as (and how awesome is this!), working out how to use data to build a more just world? Check! We're so happy to finally get self-styled People Data Enthusiast Heather Whiteman on the show, now she's at last fully unpacked in her new Seattle base (we tried for the first Skills season): and it was for sure worth the wait, as we get not just detail on practical ways to make Skills frameworks deliver, but also the message that people analytics aren't to predict the future—they're to change it. Monkey psychology's loss definitely our gain, then.
Jessie in her own words: “It would be a lie to say that I have always been aware of the climate crisis, because I haven't. Frankly, that is the problem. Whilst always enjoying spending time in nature whether that be up at our allotment or walking on the wilds of Dartmoor right on my doorstep, it was only a few years ago that I became aware of the dire straights our climate is in. It was at this moment that like many youth activists, I began to realise that I really had no choice but to fight for it. This didn't mean that it necessarily was something I wanted to do, because most young people just want a care free experience as they grow and develop, and activism is certainly not these things. However, I felt a duty to do this, because the vast majority of adults around me and in society were choosing not to. It was then that I decided to create People Pedal Power and cycle to COP26 both as a personal challenge and as a way to bring the many individuals concerned about the Climate Crisis together. As a way to highlight the power and joy that is created when people come together to create change. I am a youth activist who cares deeply about the power of people to create change and this is exactly what I want People Pedal Power to do. The idea to start the movement came from my fears that more inaction would come from this upcoming COP. I knew that we didn't have time for this to occur, as this summit has to be the one where real change is created, if not by our leaders but by the power of individuals creating collective action. As can be seen from the youth climate movement across the world, individuals really do have the power to create change, and so I decided to harness this! I also believe in the immense power that words and storytelling have in helping us as individual to learn, understand and ultimately engage in the climate crisis. I have been trying to do this for the past 2 years with my monthly newspaper columns and other writing projects which discuss the climate crisis from the youth perspective.” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Jessie Being interested in the environment Being aware of the climate emergency Wanting to make a difference Being on a learning journey Delaying with climate anxiety and climate grief Is the climate a concern for young people Why it's a split issue Wanting to find your tribe Growing up and being supported by her family Studying for A'Levels at 6th fort What does being a Youth Climate Activist mean How Jessie is driving change Being passionate about writing Hearing from the youth Growing up in the 2000s What is - People Pedal Power What is COP (Conference of the Parties) COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland Adults putting profits before people. Wanting to get the youth voice into the political sphere. Partnering with the Adventure Syndicate How the partnership is going to work Creating a cargo bike relay Why it's not just shouting about what's wrong Why the moment is going to be joyful and highlighting the issues and the way forward How the movement has evolved Getting into cycling and loving the journey The route and the logistics of cycling from Devon to Glasgow Making sure to factor in mental rest Riding 570 miles and hoping the training has paid off Concerns about the journey and thinking about the impact of the weather Dealing with all of the unknowns about the challenge How it's going to work once she's arrived in Glasgow Working with Eco-Schools Wanting to bring more of a youth perspective to the summit Tough Girl Podcast Extra episode coming on the 13th November to follow up with Jessie and her journey. What does Jessie want to happen over the next few weeks. Good luck to Jessie! Social Media People Pedal Power - Demanding Climate action and greener more accessible transport. Website: httpspeoplepeddlepower.wordpress.com/ Instagram: @people_pedal_power The Adventure Syndicate is a collective of extraordinary cyclists who happen to be women and who aim to challenge what others think they are capable of. Website - theadventuresyndicate.com Instagram: @adventuresynd
In this series, we are discussing Common Challenges in the Christian life. In this episode, we discuss anger and ways we can apply the Gospel to anger under the "head, heart, and hands" framework. Music excerpts from "Enthusiast" by Tours which is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Tours/Enthusiast/Tours_-_Enthusiast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/living-theology/support
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Lifelong outdoor enthusiast, Kurt Schneider in Episode 80. Wearing a lot of hats: teacher, coach, land use advocate, Kurt influences others, the right way, by telling stories.4:59 – heads we go to Florida, tails we go west, and it came up tails8:07 – Life is about experiences12:01 – there are pine trees!13:45 – my dad introduces me to Ansel Adams19:31 – close the hood and walk away24:20 – my kids are working on stuff on the side of the road, just like me36:50 – no good story ever started with a salad 38:08 – started playing professional paintball42:11 – hating on sealions51:55 – here's my confession55:53 – Frank Sinatra has a cold1:12:07 – in land use, we eat out young1:21:07 – John Muir was about accessWe want to thank our sponsors Maxxis Tires and 4Low Magazine.www.maxxis.comwww.4lowmagazine.com Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast app. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BigRich)
Taylor Bybee is a digital cinema graduate with a passion for the amusement industry. In 2013, he created Coaster Studios, a YouTube channel geared toward coaster and thrill ride enthusiasts. Taylor considers Coaster Studios as a bit of a “variety channel,” with footage on rides, reviews, satirical content, and documentaries. Most recently, Coaster Studios has released a full length documentary, This is How We Roll, which highlights the inspiring story of Rocky Mountain Construction. Marketing to enthusiasts “Roller coasters are inherently freakin' cool.” Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana offers a tour of The Voyage, one of the park's signature rides, that they offer as a premium experience, catered specifically to enthusiasts. However, coaster enthusiasts make up such a small percentage of overall park attendance. With that said, Taylor says that coaster enthusiasts are both your biggest fans and your biggest critics. Coaster enthusiasts are the loudest, and act as the park's advocates to influence new guests. When you have such a passionate group of enthusiasts, what they love is often going to transfer over to the public. For example, Rocky Mountain Construction sells merchandise, which is unusual from an industry supplier; however, RMC's fans are as big of fans as the parks themselves, and are eager to support their favorite ride manufacturer. As a result, their influence has the ability to convert the average visitor into season passholders and breed the next wave of enthusiasts. Documentary Filmmaking “Roller coasters are the B storyline. The A storyline is about the people. You get to know these people, and you become attached to them by the end.” As a recent graduate of Utah Valley University, Taylor was required to complete a senior capstone project for the digital cinema department. Having previously met members of the Rocky Mountain Construction team, he presented the suggestion of creating a documentary, which was immediately well received. In addition to the rides, Rocky Mountain Construction has an inspiring story with incredible people behind it. What was initially set out to be a 40 minute film, Taylor quickly identified that there was a much bigger story to tell, due to what he learned after starting production that couldn't be researched online. Taylor also stresses that This is How We Roll is not intended to be a commercial, but to give people a greater appreciation for roller coasters. You can ride an RMC ride all day, but when you know the backstory of the people behind it, you ride it with a greater understanding of everything that went into it. The documentary is intentionally designed for anyone who wants to learn more about roller coasters, not just the biggest coaster fans. This is How We Roll is a story about family, determination, and perseverance, and Taylor believes that that is what appeals to the majority of people. Engaging through YouTube “You can have the nicest camera in the world, but at the end of the day, if what is on the other side of that camera doesn't look amazing, there's not really a way to hide that.” When a park posts a video, it's advertising. However, when Coaster Studios produces content, the intention is to engage the audience, rather than striving for the audience to purchase a ticket. Since 2013, Coaster Studios has built trust within the audience, proving that the content will be authentic, as well as produced with high quality. And since not every visit to a theme park will be a perfect experience, Coaster Studios shares that too, and the audience can make their decision to visit the park or not, versus the channels that parks use, which will always highlight the high points of the experience. If the content always said that a ride was the ultimate experience, it would lose the authenticity that has built trust in the channel and the brand. To learn more about Taylor, Coaster Studios, and This is How We Roll, make sure to follow Taylor on Twitter, subscribe to Coaster Studios on Instagram and YouTube, and purchase This is How We Roll on Vimeo. PS: Taylor has ridden 780 roller coasters all over the world. When asked what he hasn't ridden yet, he says that he has yet to ride Formula Rossa at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi, the world's fastest coaster. This podcast wouldn't be possible without the incredible work of our amazing team: Audio and video editing by Abigail Giganan Scheduling and correspondence by Kristen Karaliunas Social media marketing by Kate Kujawa Branding and design by Fabiana Fonseca Email marketing by Sam Bercik To connect with AttractionPros: firstname.lastname@example.org
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On today's episode we have a special guest! Bob Falcone, A.K.A “Hiking Bob”, is a retired Air Force Veteran, career firefighter, and nature enthusiast. In addition, he is an award winning photographer, and Colorado Springs resident. When he's not sharing his knowledge and experience with the Colorado Springs Independent or Fox21, you can find him exploring the 4 corner states, (Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah) looking for adventures. In this episode, Bennett talks to Bob about their shared experiences in the Air Force and as firefighters. Firepreneurs can glean valuable information about Bob's path of turning his recreational goals into a career, and how individuals everywhere can do the same. No surprise; It takes hard work. Discussions about risk assessment, goal setting, and preparation apply to business, as well as personal life. Finally, the importance of unplugging, and using that rest to fuel your work. Enjoy!
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Time for the next round of challenges, as the SLK and Z4 are bound for new owners. The guys introduce their new cars, the 300ZX TT (Todd) and 928 S (Paul). They try to save Anton K. from his GLI, and help find Stellantarian Alex W. a new fun car. Social media questions ask how you test drive cars you have no intention of buying, has BMW's design department gone rogue, and can Lotus pull off an an enthusiast electric vehicle? Seasons 1-8 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide, and Season 9 coming soon! Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at email@example.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!
Our guests are Jeff and Jodi from the Craft Beer Enthusiasts Union (@craftbeerenthusiastsunion) An organization that's all about bringing beer drinkers together! And Boy Howdy! Did they bring us a ton of beer from all over the United States. Beers from Albuquerque New Mexico, Florida, North Haven Connecticut and more. We talk about why Jeff and Jodie have an Instagram account for everything. Jeeps, why Jodi has a collection of skulls. The Enthusiast's favorite tunes and guilty pleasures. We discuss Beers that are t really Beers. Try a French Toast Beer. We discuss Which breweries are the friendliest and which have the “New York” attitude. Should Connecticut take over Rhode Island? And much more crazy topics. So much fun with The Craft Beer Enthusiasts Union. Follow them on Instagram for Beers and Events Support Local Craft Beer | @ctbrewersguild MUSIC: COMETA @ Cometamusic.com @cometamusic EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org INSTAGRAM: The Beer Man Beer Podcast || @beermanbeerpodcast_ Jonny Benson || @therealjonnybenson Jay (Keg) Kettles || @_jaykets_
Potluck Enthusiasts Searching for Great Beer @EQBrewery @BFBbeer @Stillwater_Art @prairieales #beer #potluckdinner Co hosts : Good ol Boy Dave, Good ol Boy Drew, Rev. Mark, Good ol Boy Mike, and Good ol Gal Julieanna SUDS Episode – If it's Sunday, then it's time for a beer potluck. Each of our hosts brought a beer to share. Oh we got lost in the discussion of the Green Jell-O Salad. Rev. Mark is our certified national potluck judge. There is something for everyone in this discussion. A lot of common and unique beers in this flight. We taste and rate the following beer from 1-5: 10:20 Austin – Bright, Complex Farmhouse ale 6% ABV. Equilibrium Brewery Middletown, NY SUDS-4 23:07 Pilsner 5% ABV Blackberry Farm Brewery Walland, TN SUDS-5 33:50 Searching For…… Something Meaningful – Imperial Stout brewed with sangiovese grapes and aged on oak. 12% ABV. Stillwater Artisanal Brooklyn, NY SUDS-4 38:40 Smoking Buddies – Smoked Double International Pale Ale aged on oak 8% ABV Stillwater Artisanal Brooklyn, NY in collab with Tired Hands Brewing Company Ardmore, PA SUDS-4 43:03 Funky Gold Mosaic – dry hopped sour with Mosaic hops 5.8% ABV Prairie Artisan Ales Krebs, OK SUDS-4 Check out Tee Boi's Swingers Trailer Park https://teeboisswingertrailerpark.com/ email@example.com @sipssudssmokes Sips, Suds, & Smokes™ is produced by One Tan Hand Productions using the power of beer, whiskey, and golf. Available on Apple & Google Podcasts, PRX, Spotify, Podbean, Soundcloud, and nearly anywhere you can find a podcast. Check out Good ol Boy Dave on 60 Second Reviews https://www.instagram.com/goodoleboydave/ Enjoying that cool new Outro Music, it's from Woods & Whitehead – Back Roads Download your copy here: https://amzn.to/2Xblorc The easiest way to find this award winning podcast on your phone is ask Alexa, Siri or Google, “Play Podcast , Sips, Suds, & Smokes”
Let's face it...people are complicated. Our personalities are shaped by multiple factors, including temperament, character, environment, and life experiences. But when we dig in and really learn to understand ourselves better, we not only connect with others with more kindness and empathy, but we begin to see the beauty that arises when we live as our true selves. Today's guest, Taylor Tippett is a great example of how this plays out. Taylor is a flight attendant nationally known for leaving random notes of kindness on airplanes to make people's day. She joins me in an open conversation about how the Enneagram has helped her love herself better and the impact it has had on her personal journey of growth. In this conversation, you'll discover: how codependency can show up for an Enneagram 7 ways anxiety and control can influence our personalities, and the importance of showing up just as we are We also make a special announcement today you won't want to miss! Watch now on YouTube or listen on your favorite podcast player. P.S. Love Typology? Leave us a review on Apple to help others find our show!